Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge Week #5


Good morning from Hastings.  We are now going into winter so it is dark when I get up so I can’t say what the weather is anymore.  I noticed that England are heading into summer time this weekend. I think next weekend will see us heading back into winter time.  We have a very long summer time period which is great but means that it is hard when we do change.

Anyway I love this challenge by Cee.  I was the first to post for it but that was  a while ago now. She has now changed it to a Sunday and here is some info from her blog for those who want to take part.

Cee’s Odd Ball challenge is new post day is Sunday. This is marvelous news for Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge Week #5 which is currently running since it is now open longer for entries. Please check out this challenge if you don’t know about it.

How It Works?

This Odd Ball Challenge is not topic related. Feel free to add any photos or artwork that fits into the category. Be creative and challenge yourself. Hopefully you will find your creative eye will be expanded. ENJOY and have FUN.

Announcement on Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge

This photo is of these pots from my mother’s garden.  One of the hardest things about having a broken arm.  Not being able to use the camera.  I did use it when the light was bright and I could have a fast shutter speed.  This was taken one handed so I could get my foto fix.


Thanks for visiting.  It is soooooo good to be back.

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14 thoughts on “Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge Week #5”

  1. Sorry to hear about your arm Raewyn and I do know what it feels like. Last week I somehow hurt some of the muscles in my left arm and could even lift it up, so yeah … you have all my sympathy. Hope you get better real soon hon. Love the shot. Well done! 😀


      1. I am glad to hear that hon and I know the feeling. Just hang in there and take it easy. 😀 ♥ Hugs ♥


  2. I see Peter Rabbit somewhere in that photo. 🙂

    Broken anything is not good. 😦 I always felt your enthusiasm for taking pictures and taking photos of the most uninteresting things and turning them into the most interesting things. Your one handed pics beat any and everything I do with two. Be healed soon. 🙂


    1. Thanks. It was so frustrating sitting and staring at the camera for a few days. My camera is an extension of who I am which just made it worse. But it is getting better and I can reach my hair now. Next step is using both hands on the camera. Note to self. Watch where to walk.


      1. Glad to hear it is getting better. I understand about the extension of self. I couldn’t play my uke for a week or so because I had cut my finger. 😦 But I think someone in my household was a bit happy. lol


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