Hugh, from Hugh's Views and News, asks us to share a funny or strange sign in his photo challenge this week: This is a photo of our second oldest daughter, Mary pointing to the sign above which reads, "Batteries for Everything!" We had a good laugh over this one because I never have batteries when … Continue reading Hugh’s Photo Challenge: Week 7 – Funny or Strange Signs
A coating of snow and frost on our oak tree Nature's artwork is amazing! More snow predicted for tonight! We are loving this weather! Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Thanks for stopping by,
Our fabulous host, Hugh, in his photo challenge, asks us to focus on the "unused." I had to chuckle because after our recent move to Colorado I realized that I have too much stuff! To be exact, I have a glorious collection of teapots that sit in my china cabinet… "Unused." Such a shame too, … Continue reading Hugh’s Photo Challenge: Week 6 -Unused
The Daily Post's Weekly Photo Challenge talks of connections - between others, and as a mode of operation as in connected through our use of gadgets. What does "connected," mean to you? I took this photo a few years ago when I visited my grandchildren at their home in Texas. New boots were in order … Continue reading A Certain Connection
Foggy shapes drifting, suspended - beings of moisture and light beckoning and cajoling, gently persuading, anticipating your entrance into the dark corridor. Will you go? *** This photo entry is part of the Daily Post's Weekly Photo challenge: "Creepy." Thanks for visiting. I'll see you all again!
Jennifer Nichole Wells One Word Photo challenge word for this week is "snow!" Here is a photo of our backyard in Prescott Valley, Arizona. We are about 5,000 ft. elevation here. This was a quick storm that blew in that April of 2011. The featured photo is from our house in Montana. That was just … Continue reading A Winter Interlude
Jennifer Nichole Wells' One Word Photo Challenge for last week's (I know I am late) weather word was "fog." That is easy to do here in Florida. It was 82 degrees F. this morning at 5:30 AM. I headed outside to take some shots of the fog that was floating about. The air was so … Continue reading Foggy Morning Blues
The Daily Post asked us: Today, look down and document the world beneath your feet. A secluded bit of sandy Pensacola Beach Waves crashing upon the sand Turquoise waters of the Gulf of Mexico Thanks for stopping by to enjoy this hot summer photo interlude. I look forward to seeing you all again!
Delsey and Lucile have the coolest challenge featuring makeovers for books, movie and CD covers. Are you interested and want to join in? Click here to find out all the rules! This week was the CD cover from Simply Red's CD, Simplicity. Below is the actual CD cover. Below is my version: Thanks for stopping … Continue reading Simply RED – “Simplified” #Cover Makeover
The humidity is rough in Florida! If there is one thing you have in Pensacola, Florida - its humidity. Located on the Gulf of Mexico in northwestern Florida (near Alabama) this location has summers filled with HIGH humidity. We have not had much rain. Quick violent bursts of thunderstorms and then there is nothing. Fairy … Continue reading One Word Photo Challenge – HUMID