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Weekly Photo Challenge 

Pure

How quickly we forget the way the world transforms after a fresh snow.  This is a photo from my archives.  How strange and pure a Virginia wintry scene is from an air-conditioned room at the beginning of a long hot summer.

Beeuteeful Fenceline AA

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Weekly Photo Challenge:  Connected

This week, show us how two (or more) things – people, objects, places – come together.

Maple Shaded Glory

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Today Was a Good Day

Show us what makes you happy.  Share your ideal day, recount a memorable day in the past, or share your favorite things.

B,D&Girls onTractor

This photo was taken here in the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.  It was at a time when our grandgirls were little and loved the joy of a ride on a tractor.

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Beneath Your Feet

This week, look down and capture the ground beneath your feet.

My Driveway may not be perfect you know, but it works for country folks on the go.  I gather up stones for flower pots too, and if careful, no pebbles will stick in my shoe.  And just look at all the shapes and sizes.  My gravel driveway.  It’s full of surprises.

Road Less Paved

Never Wear High Heels on a Gravel Driveway

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The Back Way Out Fire Escape

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Weekly Photo Challenge:  Beneath Your Feet

This week, look down and capture the ground beneath your feet.

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The Daily Post  – Weekly Photo Challenge

YELLOW

Away with the colors of Hannukkah, Christmas, and Kwanzaa.

Show us what “yellow” means to you.

Rainbow 1

See the yellow center of a rainbow

and its cast upon the land

 shedding promises in a golden glow

  painted by a master hand.

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Photo Challenge:  Converge

Photos are visual spaces where shapes and lines, objects and people come together.

This week, explore the ways lines and shapes can converge in interesting ways through photography.  You can take the theme in a literal or an abstract direction, as you see fit – from a photo of a by-road merging into a busy highway to an image of an airport terminal where people from all over the world form hectic, ephemeral communities.

 

 

Country Tracks

Endless Fence

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