CB&WPC: Old

Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week is People or Objects Over 50. Two years ago, we had several rooms in our house renovated. The walls had to be stripped of wallpaper. One of the things the painters uncovered was this old doorbell, installed in the 1940s or possibly earlier. Since I am over […]

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CFFC: Because I’m Happy…

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge theme this week is happy. This Maasai man is happy he got the fire started. My grand-niece Sylvia is happy eating ice cream! The baby elephant is happy nursing. My friend Marcia is happy playing her viola at Christmas. This mother cheetah and her cub are happy playing. My grand-nephew Joshua […]

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Mother and Cub on Serengeti Plain

Feb. 8, 2018 At long last (or so it seems!) we have seen our second species of big cats – cheetahs!  We came upon a mother cheetah and her cub and watched them for quite awhile. Imitation Mom stretches. A little cleaning and then… …rest. Watching Relaxing C’mon, Mom, let’s play!Mom’s reluctant – she wants […]

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WPC: Weathered

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge this week is Weathered.  Krista says that she looks at “these relics from the past and wonder what they’ve been witness to over the years…They’ve survived decades of sun, wind, rain, storms, and even floods.” Here are my interpretations of weathered: My mother on her 96th birthday: An old building at […]

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CFFC: Oh, you!!

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is the letter U – must have both an ‘o’ and a ‘u’ in the word. Round   Fountains   Mountain     Clouds             Consumers   Couple   Spouse   Dungeon The Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon, Charleston, SC. It was built by […]

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WPC: Making the Temporary Permanent

The Weekly Photo Challenge theme this week is Temporary. Nature’s beauty has an element of permanence, in that there is always beauty to appreciate at any time of year and the fact that the seasons come and go and nature “repeats itself.” Still, in spite of this repetition, none of nature’s beauties are ever exactly […]

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