For Wordless Wednesday, let your images tell the story...
Raise your virtual hand if you remember the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge? If you’ve been blogging long enough, you would remember these inspiring photo challenges. I honed my photography skills because of blogging and for this, I am very grateful. This challenge single-handedly brought big numbers of visitors and followers to my blog and I … Continue reading Sunday Stills: #Vivid Memories Spark Gratitude
What shades of brown do you enjoy seeing?
What wild things do you see on your walks?
This weekend I travel back to Sacramento to honor my former mother-in-law, Ellie Jeffus Matal, who passed on Halloween. She celebrated her 90th birthday in early October.
Pink moons and yellow larches are included in the colors of the #universe. #wordlesswednesday
Paths and trails may take you to wonderful places. Where is your favorite trail?
Wordless Wednesday demonstrates Fall's feathery touch or snow, sunlight and soft pine needles.
What #mysteries can you capture with YOUR lenses for Sunday Stills this week?
To see through a glass darkly suggests we see things obscurely or imperfectly, a distorted reality if you will. Drinking this lovely glass of dark red wine may distort your reality a bit. A glass of red wine “Glass half empty, glass half full. Well, either way you won't be going thirsty, count your blessings … Continue reading Sunday Stills: Through a #Glass Darkly?
Wordless Wednesday: A quick Autumn, winter is coming soon!
This week, show us your version of fleeting moments in pictures, poems, stories and other creative ideas.
Lava is the color challenge this month. What is black, brown, and orange all over? Why, your photos, of course. As much as I love orange tones during Autumn, I thought we could mix orange with dark brown and black found in lava—whether rocks, flowing lava, or glowing coals within a fire. Or anything else!
No words to describe the beauty of early October.
Read all about my blogger meet-up and have fun with this week's photo challenge theme "dilapidated."