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Find my Published Works at: Postcard Poems and Prose
Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge blog provides an opportunity to show some unusual snaps that don’t seem to fit into the other blog themes I follow. To that end, I have decided to create for myself a Tuesday’s with Cee challenge. (This one is also in keeping with my interpretation of the WPC challenge this week.)
Around the perimeter of Crater Lake are many broken and bleached timbers. Their stark bareness against the blue backdrop of the dazzling lake drew me to photograph them. Here are three favorites.
Crater Lake National Park, Oregon ~ USA
This week’s photo challenge stumped me until I remembered the huge Cedar tree that had lived on the south side of cabin 1. At least twenty years ago a severe winter storm snapped the trunk about ten feet up from its base.
One spring morning I discovered this rabbit nest in a dry corner of the garden, protected from rain by the eves of my house. Covered by a blanket of fur, the kits were sheltered in an earthen cocoon dug into the bark mulch under ivy.
Looking at life through writing and photography
Above all, I craved to seize the whole essence, in the confines of one single photograph - Henri Cartier-Bresson
Expressing Thought Through Photography
Thoughts and Observations from Edward Roads
It’s the simple things in life that are the most extraordinary. – Paulo Coelho
Images, anecdotes and observations on life: The multipolar world of Uncle Spike !
my past , present and dreams for the future.
Original Phography from South West France
Nature's nuances in a nutshell
What culture is saying about current affairs
Adventures in Photography
JANE's Photography, Thoughts, Resources, and Actions ... all for Nature's sake
The Diary of a Retiree
Disappearing into South Africa's wild places... Again!