Cee and Chris an invitation to share your views in images of which I added to their prompt.
Also, I linked this to a prompt “Euphonious” Pleasing to your eyes, reflections to ponder or food for thought. Suggested at RDP click here to join.
White on white
What could be whiter?
Thankful for the warmth of the roof over my head; just one something of others, on Thanksgiving Day, spent with my loving family.
Thankful for K’ee and Dale inspiration!
One Word Sunday, the challenge in Threesome
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.
This challenge was initiated by K’lee and Dale; “find the wild things.”
Magpie was terrorizing this poor rabbit who is running like there is no tomorrow. Now that is wild!
I was fortunate to capture this photo in my backyard one-day last summer while looking for some wildlife, didn’t have to go too far.
On another note, that volcanic event in Hawaii is also wild.
Today it was mentioned that the summit is about to collapse into itself. Resulting in capping off this energy inside that might cause such a force within this mountain. Is it possible this Bible prophecy is the beginning? Or an end?
“And the second angel sounded the trumpet: and as it were a great mountain, burning with fire, was cast into the sea, and the third part of the sea became blood:”
[Apocalypse (Revelation) 8:8]