Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Clouds

When I was a child, my understanding of fog was framed thus: the clouds were simply coming down from the sky to visit us on the ground. Then there’s that horribly cloying song, written my Joni Mitchell and sung by Judy Collins, Both Sides Now. At any rate, here is my beloved Weems Creek on a foggyContinue reading “Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Clouds”

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Mid-Week Monochrome #26

Here we have something of a macro of a bouquet of roses in black and white. I was saving these chairs for another challenge, but that doesn’t mean I can’t use them here. They fit the bill! The fellow on the left who looks like the bird that the canary is George Washington. Can youContinue reading “Mid-Week Monochrome #26”

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Jez’s Fan of… Challenge #55 – Buzzards

At ground level, they’re quite hideous, but when they take flight, they are simply majestic. I speak of the buzzard. More than once, I’ve spoken of my admiration for the lowly buzzards, also known as a vulture. Yes, I am from the school that considers the terms synonymous. This is my contribution to Jez Braithwaite’sContinue reading “Jez’s Fan of… Challenge #55 – Buzzards”

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Which Way Photo Challenge: February 15, 2020

Weems Creek, Which Way Photo Challenge I’m still experiencing some growing pains. I’ve gotten past the URL copy/paste and pingback issue. Now I’m confronted with another problem. I can’t scroll through my media library for images downloaded more than a day or two ago. When I try to get the screen to scroll down, itContinue reading “Which Way Photo Challenge: February 15, 2020”

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