Weekly Photo Challenge – Favorite Place

Although I have many favorite places both near and far, my favorite place is very near. On our property, we have a small creek which meanders along the edge of the property. Early on I made a trail leading to a fallen tree hanging above the creek. At the time I was reading Walden. This…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – A Face in the Crowd

This week we are challenged to capture faceless portraits, masking our subjects, like a face in the crowd.  Despite doing this, what emotions or feelings regarding the subject come through?  Without using facial cues what can we perceive about the subject?

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Tour Guide

What do I love about where I live?  Peaceful surroundings.  Hikes with our lovely dog.  Fresh wild berries in the summer.  Watching spring explode before our very eyes  Listening to barred owls talk to one another.  Photographing the snow-covered forest.  Living in nature & much more! Pictured above are just a few images of this wonderful…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Beloved

Our beloved boxer, Josie. We rescued her from the humane society 3 years ago in March.  During that time she has become a member of our family and we take her everywhere we can.  Yes, she is spoiled beyond belief!  Today I took her on one of her beloved hikes through our woods and tried…

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Variations on a Theme

A few types of produce with its varied colors, textures, and flavors.  All come from wonderous plants giving us delicious food to consume.

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Silence

With a blanket of snow covering the forest ground and most of this creek, silence enveloped my winter hike. It’s amazing how quiet the forest becomes when covered with snow.  The silence is refreshing.

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Growth

This is perfect for the New Year. We all have a desire to grow and become the best versions of ourselves, especially at this time of year. The first image to pop into my brain was a newly emerging plant but I wanted to do something different. Looking back over the last few years, I…

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