I’m a little late entering Cees’s Funny Friday Challenge. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day … And April Fool’s!
I’m reblogging this post for Fandango’s Flashback Friday challenge. It was taken on April 2nd of last year. Here is a link back to Fandango’s page: https://fivedotoh.com/2021/04/02/fandangos-flashback-friday-april-2/
Please accept this photo as my entry for Brian of Bushboy’s World blog Last Photo on Our Cards Challenge, un-cropped and only marginally edited (for brightness.)
Here are my offerings for Becky B’s Bright Square Challenge.
According to my photo editor, this picture is a perfect square but here it looks longer than wide to me. I don’t know why that is. For some reason, lately I’ve been drawn to images that have a bit of glare in them. I took this photo over a year ago at a neighborhood called Bay Ridge that looks over the glorious Chesapeake Bay.
This photo is a play on words. Not only is it square, but I snapped it at a shopping center called Harbor Square!
Lady Greenmeadow was so enthralled with entertaining her friends in her private suite that she didn’t notice Princess Pirouette standing just outside the doorway. Under normal circumstances, a doorman would have announced her, but he had left his post to join in the revelry that he should have been happy simply to observe. “And you will never guess what Princess Poopoo did next!” Said her ladyship with a gleeful chortle.
“Just who is Princess Pirouette, my lady?” Said Pirouette through gritted teeth.
“Your Highness!” Gasped Lady Greenmeadow. “I had n-n-no idea that you were s-s-standing there!” She stammered.
“Obviously.” Snapped Pirouette who for the first time in her young life found herself losing all patience with her chief lady in waiting. “It might interest you to know that the guards call you Lady Greenbush.” The room exploded with laughter.
Here are some offerings for Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge. The first one was taken at Saint Martin’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Annapolis, Maryland. They have some lovely gardens as well as a fountain (which I’ve captured and posted for Jez Braithwaite’s Water Water Everywhere Challenge.) The begonia was taken at one of my favorite nurseries called Windwood Gardens. It is just down the road from me.