Perhaps an ICE flower and encouragement to all the frozen people, hang in there, soon it will be Summer.
See Fandango’s Story Starter to join in!
I knew he had already arrived at the rendezvous point because I could see the groups of children waiting in line for Santa Clause to hear their desires and present them with one delicious candy cane of their choice.
The choice was either red, white, or blue. Why? Because he was a very patriotic Santa. His suit was bright red, while his beard was pure white, his big bag of toys was quite bumpy and quite blue.
An angel a day keeps the devil at bay!
Sometimes I like to play, play around with my photo editor, that is!
Not knowing what I am doing is the greatest of fun, just upload an image, and start pressing buttons, this is what I came up with today!
Take an image, a photo editor and create an Angel!
Marsha too! Is an angel!
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge Also known as CFFC
Theme is HERE COMES THE SUN
My contribution with my images below:
Here comes the sun do, do, do
And I say it’s all right
Little darling, it’s been a long cold lonely winter
Each year my son brings me a Sunflower he started from a seed, this year it turned out to be a
RED SUNFLOWER, much to my delight!
Perhaps I will be successful with several challenges today, all in one. Sort of like “one size fits all.”
First the FLOWER OF THE DAY also known as FOTD
NEXT UP IS!
Everyone is climbing a tree this month a square tree in fact, thank you Becky!
A Tree Squared for your viewing below
Found this tree in one of the beautiful camp sites here in Spokane.
NEXT now that we noticed a Pine blossom climbed a tree, let’s all relax next to the trees.
Anytime I want to find a place for great pictures I just walk around the acres of land near and through Mount St. Michael, a Traditional Catholic parish, here in Spokane.
Turkeys run wild all around the Mount, here is a capture I took with their family and friends.
Hey! Conservatives, don’t let the turkeys get you down! (the devil made me say that!)
Next my landscape, also within the park-like grounds of Mount St. Michael, inviting all to browse the mysterious path to who knows what is beyond the gateway!
Don’t stop yet, see below: While I was there I also found this odd, bumpy humpy tree near the gym, at Mount St. Michael, I squared it off for the TreeSquare challenge running here on WordPress.
The Story below:
Last week I dusted off my Canon RebelT2i camera and tried again to capture a Hummingbird in flight. Getting bored while waiting for the Hummer to fly by, I decided to try and freeze water drops in flight flowing over my garden plants using my water hose. I was anxious to check the settings on my camera for action shots.
Much to my surprise, I captured this image of water flowing over the leaves and enjoyed the result, seen below.
Since Cee allows leaves on her FOTD challenge, here it is!
While looking through my myriad of images stored on my computer, as you all have!
FOUND — photo of my drawing!
While hoping to find something to enter this interesting challenge titled CBWC Any Kind of Geometrical by Cee’s Photo Challenges. I found this old drawing of mine a few years back when I was trying to create an optical illusion of depth, on a flat piece of drawing paper. Thinking it might be of interest to others with shades and shapes on a flat paper I posted it!
Instructions of the illusion can be found on YouTube in several places. Perhaps Cee might be inspired to run such a challenge of creating illusion someday. I would do it myself but I don’t have that large of followers to make it successful. How about it Cee? I challenge you to my suggestion.