Cee's challenge

The Shadow on the Wall

From my nearby statue:

According to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

This week the topic is Shadows and there is no specific topic.  Feel free to use your photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or even better yet grab your camera and take a new photo!  ENJOY and have FUN.

My photo below:

silhouette

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge

When I saw the word VIBRANT associated with art, I immediately thought of a painting that I created with Alcohol Ink; here below is my vibrant image and the link to a video if anyone is interested in learning about alcohol ink.     Join the fun here!

 

BlueBird

 

Just one of many videos to introduce the readers here:

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Where do I fit in?

The post is my acceptance of Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge.

My certainly Odd Ball Photo, one day I tossed a rubber band aside it landed near my glasses and later I noticed all it needed was a mouth.  Tra La I wrought a funny face.

I am kind of silly that way, which is why my husband, when he was alive, said he loved me for it since he was so reserved.  Opposites do attract.

My #COB Titled:  “Where do I fit in?”

oddBall

 

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The Beauty of an Archway

Word Origin & History of the word “ARCH.”
c.1300, from Old French arche “arch of a bridge” (12c.), from Latin arcus “a bow” (see arc). Replaced native bow (n.1). Originally architectural in English; transferred by early 15c. To anything having this form (eyebrows, etc.).

Showing off a few interpretations of photographs I found in my private archives of images I took on Church property here in Washington State.
The first two are self-explanatory while the third one is an archway touching a path along with another image I was experiencing with; overlaying my vintage painting of kissing ghosts while hoping love for each other carries over to eternity.
Why am I posting these images of semicircles, curvatures of arches?
Because Cee is asking for them this week; click here.    Also, it offers me a chance to show off my Traditional Catholic Church.

Arch

 

ProcessionShrinearch

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Share God’s World

This week from Share Your World – May 28, 2018, I chose to answer question number four, if YOU would like to participate please click  HERE for other questions how you can share your world. My image with words are below:
“What did you appreciate or what made you smile this past week? Feel free to use a quote, a photo, a story, or even a combination.” 

I love to feed and care for God’s creatures, as He cares for me.  ♥

thirsty

 

 

What a find, my smile
in my backyard — What a joy
precious birds waiting

 

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Cee = See Which Way Photo Challenge

To illustrate with Photos is the gist of this post.  Which way is always  God’s way.

The Traditional Catholic Church is still alive and well, these photographs prove it.  Traditional processions are ongoing with decorated paths well seasoned, dressed up for Him who is honored.

I hope you enjoy the photographs taken a few years ago in Washington State at St. Michaels parish known as @MSMParish on twitter.    

pathDecorProcessionchallenge.jpg

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Don’t let the Turkeys get you down

Today I was introduced to another challenge via “Cookies and Mo” a blog that I follow  Thanks Wanda!

It inspired me to go through my photograph I captured since the rules on this particular challenge were as follows:  This week the topic is Words that end in “ock” (rock, dock, clock, hollyhock, gridlock, stock, unlock, wedlock, block).  This is a topic you can really have enjoy.   Let’s see how creative you can get.  I’m looking forward to what you all decide to post.  I just want you to have some fun with your photography.

I finally found this photo I took of a FLOCK of Wild Turkeys enjoying the grounds at my Church property, St.Michaels Church in Washington State.    Eh! Not my best photo ever but it has the “OCK” SOUND.  I’ll try to do better next time around.

Flock

#CB&W  SEE, even the turkeys are FLOCKING to Church these days.