I think I got this one in under the wire. Isn’t there a new challenge every Wednesday? In any case, here are my picks for this week’s theme:
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In response to this week’s photo challenge, I present photos that evoke solitude. Click on the link to view other entries and enjoy!!
And I’ll finish with one of my favorites from our trip to Spain in 2010 when my little girl was still a little girl…….seemingly all alone on that beach…..
I haven’t entered the challenge for a while. Summertime is just not conducive for blogging, especially here in the frozen tundra. But I’m up early and I’m home this weekend and I have several photos to enter for this one! Click on the link to view other entries or to enter yourself and enjoy!!
Here’s my entry for this week’s challenge. Please click on the link to see other entries for the challenge.
This was taken in the last month on the high speed train between Córdoba and Málaga Spain. There’s a castle on that hill and a small white town behind the hill. I love the sky and clouds.
I don’t always see the annual St. Paul Winter Carnival Orchid Show every year. But I do try to visit the Marjorie McNeely Conservatory once each winter to get a breath of the tropics and to escape winter even if just for an hour. It is truly heaven on earth inside the conservatory! If you’re interested, here are a couple of posts from previous years’ visits: 2015 and 2014. Today’s visit was a bit unusual in that it’s typically bitterly cold outside and cloudy. While I am thoroughly enjoying the sunshine today, it did make it harder to get good photos but I did get a few.
When I saw the theme for this week’s photo challenge I knew exactly what I wanted to enter for it. Please enjoy my photographic tour of this year’s Orchid Show! Click on each gallery to see larger images.
I’m going with my first thought when I saw this week’s theme. In 2010 my mother won the lottery. Yes, it does happen! She decided to spend some of that money to have her family spend Thanksgiving with her in Florida. Oh, the memories! It was a marvelous time so I’d like to share a gallery of the gathering of my family that year. Click on the link to view other entries or to enter yourself and enjoy!!
Some of my favorite holiday treats: rugelach for Hanukah, snicker doodles for Christmas and noodle and raisin kugel for any Jewish holiday:
It’s always a treat to see what hubby and daughter come up with each year when they carve the pumpkins. Here are some from past years:
Check out more entries or enter yourself here. Enjoy!!