This week is Letter E – Needs to have two E’s in the topic word (needle, elephant, geese, peek, jeep, eye, etc.). For my photo subject, I chose 'Weeds'. A weed is any wild plant that grows in unwanted areas. We do have a lot of weeds in our yard but some like the ones below … Continue reading Cee’s Foto Fun – The Letter E
My final tribute to Photo101. Thanks to everyone who took the time to look at my photos and for sharing yours with me. Until we meet again.
For today's assignment, I chose some of my favorite 'doubles'. Enjoy!
I reserve the right for a re-do. I struggled with today's assignment, mainly because I do my assignments after I get off work or in the early evening, and I had little to work with (including imagination). I added a few old photos just because. Let's start with wild and crazy. Last mother's day I received a beautiful hummingbird feeder … Continue reading All About Glass (Day 17)
March in Oklahoma can be described as drabby brown and moldy green. Dormant winter plants have barely begun to break the ground. Dead leaves cling to the trees. There isn't much color to be found this time of year, except for the vibrant pink redbud trees that have taken bloom. Finding a slash of color … Continue reading Splash of Color (Day 10)
Before last summer, I had never been to Nebraska. Frankly, I never wanted to go to Nebraska because I pictured it flat and boring with nothing to see. The only reason for visiting Nebraska (in my mind) was to check it off my 'Visit all 50 states' bucket list. As far as I was concerned, … Continue reading Warmth (Day 9)
Nature is full of wonder and the perfect photo op. There is never a shortage of magnificent subjects in the natural world. This flower was taken in a tropic forest in Honduras. The long stamen reminds me of a tongue sticking out of a mouth. Even in my own … Continue reading The Natural World (Day 8)
Nobody sees a flower really; it is so small. We haven't time, and to see takes time - like to have a friend takes time. Georgia O'Keeffe © 2014 Susan Spaulding
Tell us about the home where you lived when you were twelve. Which town, city, or country? Was it a house or an apartment? A boarding school or foster home? An airstream or an RV? Who lived there with you? The year was 1969. A lot going on that year. Richard Nixon took the oath of office as … Continue reading Writing101 – Day Eleven