Monthly Archives: December 2018

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #25: Reflections

This is my submission for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #25: Reflections. Please follow the link to read Patti’s post. In her post, Patti said she is fascinated with reflections. Me, too! The photo I really want to post here is the … Continue reading

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #24: Seasonal

This is my submission for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #24: Seasonal. Please follow the link to read Tina’s post. Tina included the following quote in her post… “If winter comes, can spring be far behind?” Percy Bysshe Shelley Tina, it depends … Continue reading

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CFFC – Catching People Unaware

Here is my entry for CFFC – Catching People Unaware. (Thank you, Cee.) Como conservatory is a good place to catch people unaware. Thanks for visiting my blog.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #23: Celebrations

This is my submission for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #23: Celebrations. Please follow the link to read Amy’s post. This morning, I stepped out to celebrate a beautiful winter day: high 20, no wind, frozen fog on trees… Actually, when I … Continue reading

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #22: Happiness is

This is my submission for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #22: Happiness Is. Very interesting subject! Please follow the link to read Ann-Christine’s post. I don’t have many unhappy days after I retired. Everything makes me happy… a flower — withered or … Continue reading

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