WPC: Glow

WP’s Weekly Photo Challenge has the theme of glow.  I captured these prairie grasses glowing in the sun late on a September afternoon. 

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WPC: Windows

The Weekly Photo Challenge this week is all about windows: looking out, looking in, or  windows themselves. OUTSIDE LOOKING IN: Photographing windows from the outside can be tricky. A reflection on the glass may obscure the true subject that is inside. However, a reflection can also add a nice effect. Reflection of the outside, a […]

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WPC: Structure of a Web

Two Septembers ago, I was taking a walk at 8:30 in the morning when a neighbor signaled to me to cross the street to look at something. As I approached, she said not to come any further, but just look. A spider had, overnight, spun this intricate web which stretched across the sidewalk, anchored by […]

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WPC: Devil at the Corner

The Weekly Photo Challenge theme this week is corner. In old town Antigua, Guatemala we visited the ruin of an old church, and down the street, at the corner, is the figure of the Devil. This was meant to frighten infidels if they didn’t convert.  Because our guide had told us about it, we were […]

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WPC: Ooh, Shiny!

Roget’s Thesaurus suggests these words as synonyms of shiny:  glistening, polished, gleaming, sparkling (and others)…I used it to brainstorm what pictures would answer the Weekly Photo Challenge prompt ooh, shiny!  Here are some of the things I thought of:                    

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WPC: Dr. Evermore’s Forevertron

The Weekly Photo Challenge is collage, defined as an assortment, a collection, a hodgepodge.  Last Friday, driving home from a week in northern Wisconsin, we stopped at an unusual art installation south of Baraboo off Highway 12. If you put “Dr. Evermor’s Forevertron” into your GPS, it will take you to this place which is […]

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WPC: Transient

The sky is constantly changing as clouds move across it, rain falls from it, the sun rises and sets, and sometimes rainbows form. Rainbows are special because they are transient, especially double rainbows! On our Dakotas trip in May,, Dale and I were returning to South Dakota after making a side trip to Devil’s Tower […]

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