Posts Tagged ‘Lens Artists Photo Challenge’

Tina’s challenged us to go on a treasure hunt and I really had to hunt for some of these photos, not remembering where they were. There are a variety of subjects that qualify as treasure. You can find them on her site. Here are my entries in the following categories:

Dog/portrait combo (extra points)…

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Bird…

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Amy is asking us to show “narrow” this week. And you thought I only did nature photos. 🙂

A narrow view…

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Capital: first-rate; excellent

A capital couple from a walk last year. I rounded the corner, surprising both mother and baby but by not moving, I managed to observe them for a bit and yes, get some photos.

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for Lens Artists Photo Challenge #82: capital

Is your glass half empty or half full? Mine tends to be almost completely full but there are time when it empties a bit. However, even if there’s only half a glass, it’s still enough to nourish and refresh…but only if drunk.

The end of the year is a time when many bloggers are looking back at the past year. The Lens Artists Challenge, Thursday Doors, and others suggest we share our favorite photos of the year. I always plan to do that, but when push comes to shove, I just can’t do it: too many photos to choose from and too many that I’d choose. Every day I put out photos that I love, photos I hope you love as well and that has to be enough.

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Tina’s challenged us to show “cold” this week. I’ve lived in the Midwest my entire life except for some years in Colorado, so I’m not only used to the cold, but I really enjoy winter. As we’re moving to Arizona next spring, I plan to enjoy this last winter to the max.

However, we humans aren’t on the front line when it comes to the cold.

“Nothing burns like the cold.”
~George R.R. Martin, A Game of Thrones

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Amy at The World is A Book has given us the challenge this week to find layers.

This summer we drove through South Dakota’s Badlands on the way home from Wyoming. The Badlands were so good this year, greener than we’ve ever seen.

Badlands layers

Although not spectacular on such a large scale, there are plenty of layers to be found at McDowell Forest Preserve in Naperville, Illinois, my home park where I walk whenever possible.

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for Lens Artists Challenge #67