This is a new challenge for me. I have been seeing some amazing photos for this challenge so here is my entry this week.
The word is periwinkle. A blue hue. I know this is really a sky blue but this is all I could find.
I am fascinated by the moon and trying to get good photos – especially as I don’t have a tripod.
Here is Jennifer’s blog to check out this challenge. I just love her image for this week – one word – stunning.
One Word Photo Challenge: Periwinkle
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Here is a great chance to combine two challenges. Michelles Weekly Pet challenge and A Word in your Ear challenge which this week is watch.
This cat is very suspicious of me as I walked passed and kept watch as I walked past. He doesn’t look impressed with me to say the least.
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Watch the Clock
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Good morning from a dark Hastings. It is now 5.52 AM. In case you are wondering why I am up at the computer at this ungodly hour, my son has to get up this early for his bible class so I get up to make sure he gets up. But it is also a great time to sit down with no interruptions to do my blog. Then the day is mine.
Anyway this weeks challenge, the second in her Mother Earth series is Leaves. As we are now in autumn the leaves are just such a glorious show at the moment and it is easy to get carried away just taking photos of them. Hence I do have a lot of photos today.
A couple of New Zealand ferns
Then I just looked up around me as I loved the canopy above me.
If you look hard enough you can just make out a fantail among the leaves. These birds are really hard to photograph as they are like butterflies and just flitter around. They have even flitted right around my head, within inches in fact. Just to tease me.
Another fantail. I love the silhouettes of the leaves against each other when I zoomed up on them.
Here is Cee’s blog to check out about this challenge.
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Leaves and Trees
And a couple of other posts I loved as well.
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