Weekly Photo Challenge: Rounded…ethereal

Posted: October 25, 2017 in Weekly Photo Challenge
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It was a toss-up this week as to whether I would go with a Wordless Wednesday post or wait for the photo challenge.  Not that I don’t love seeing all your entries, but it takes a lot of time to view and (as I always try to do) comment.  That’s why last week, with extra work days for me, had to be a Wordless Wednesday post.  But today it’s back to the Photo Challenge, whose theme today is “Rounded.”

I love these rounded edges I found while wandering in the Bighorn Mountains this August.

As always, but especially during the photo challenge, I appreciate the time many of you take to comment as well as to hit “like.”  I know it takes time, which is short supply all too often!

© janet m. webb


  1. Such delicacy, Janet! Those soft curves are mesmerizing.

  2. There are a surprising number of rounded things about this image! Beautiful capture.

    • I was tempted to try to pick one to take back to the cabin, but I’m quite sure it would have been a bare stem by the time I got back. 🙂 Thanks for always stopping in and commenting as well, Madison. It’s always appreciated.


  3. susurrus says:

    It’s a shame that Wordless Wednesday and the photo challenge clash – I hanker back to the good old days of a Friday challenge. But the seed head is a great choice.

  4. Sweet atmosphere
    Perfect for the Challenge

  5. Allan G. Smorra says:

    That design would make a terrific chandelier, Janet. A stunning closeup this week.

    • That makes me laugh, Allan, although I agree. When our girls were little, they loved chandeliers, the glitzier, the better. This would be more to my liking. 🙂 Thanks.

      • Allan G. Smorra says:

        It is a lot like the one that I saw in the lobby of the the Hyatt in Atlanta a couple of years ago.

  6. joey says:

    Lovely, delicate 🙂

  7. Sandra says:

    That’s a beautiful photo Janet. It’s almost as though it would move if you were to blow on your computer screen. Wonderful!

  8. Very nice photo dear Janet.
    Regards, Elke

  9. A gorgeous macro Janet! :o)

  10. Oh, wow! I could get lost in the details of those beautiful, impossibly delicate tendrils.

  11. The close up gives meaning to the beauty of autumn’s touch.

  12. Dan Antion says:

    That is so pretty, Janet. I love the close-up detail. It’s amazing to see the collection of not-round things that make this round.

  13. thirdeyemom says:

    Wow stunning Janet!

  14. happyface313 says:

    🙂 This is really pretty and so very delicate, dear Janet!
    Have a very HAPPY week.
    Claudia xo 🙂

  15. tagnoue says:

    So delicate and looked like a aquatic life somehow.

  16. Anita says:

    It feels like just breathing near it would make it disintegrate… I love this picture!

  17. Shibin Dinesh says:

    Lovely! Round and curved at the same time!

  18. macmsue says:

    Simply gorgeous.

  19. Lovely choice! It’s so delicate looking.

    I know how you feel about time! There’s never enough of it is there? I’m behind reading blogs, but will catch up…eventually. 🙂 Happy Thursday!

  20. This is a gorgeous photo, Janet, and perfect for the challenge. 🙂

  21. Somnath says:

    They look like feathers

  22. JANE says:

    Lovely post, Janet. I agree with you about “time.” It’s difficult to keep it in balance. I marvel at your ability to keep current with posting and commenting. Thank you ❤️

    • My pleasure, Jane. I admit that I sometimes have to skip some posts or just “like” because I don’t have any more time away from “real life”, especially now that I’m working a couple days a week. But I try to always engage because for me that’s one of the best things about blogging.

  23. Leya says:

    Soft, delicate choice – perfect, Janet.

  24. Wow, this is really a beautiful photo.

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