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Oops, I’ve Fallen- #SundayStills #Photography #BloggingCommunity

This week’s photography challenge on Terri Webster Schrandt’s blog is- Fallen.

The photo above was taken by my daughter on their trek across Canada. This is Niagara Falls.

My grandson looks as though he’s fallen to the bottom of the ocean!

“We know only too well that what we are doing is nothing more than a drop in the ocean. But if the drop were not there, the ocean would be missing something.”

― Mother Teresa

I fell for this statue, thinking it was a real deer!

My girl getting ready to ‘fall’ into the ocean- living the dream ❤

My silly kitty falling for the sunshine 🙂

This place is all about falling!

The magic of living in a rainforest. Falling leaves caught on moss-covered branches.

Braving the wind and the waves!

Turtles lined up on a fallen log.

Oops, I’ve fallen.

I hope you’ve enjoyed my entry for the FALLEN photography challenge. Now to add a shameless plug for my Valentine romance where two opposites ‘fall’ in love, but not without a few hiccups along the way!

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43 comments on “Oops, I’ve Fallen- #SundayStills #Photography #BloggingCommunity

  1. Wow! Great photos, Jacquie! And what a steamy book cover. Woowwweeeeee!!

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  2. Great images Jacquie, I like your take on falling. I see your book is also available on KU. I just added it to my list and plan to read it this month during my romance theme.

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  3. I love the fallen gargoyle in your garden, Jacquie! What a fun post with your clever fallen images 😀 Hey, I’m all about the shameless plug for your books! I’ve always meant to ask, are all your books self published or do you work with publishers? I’m guessing the latter with the huge numbers of books you’ve published.

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  4. Wonderful collection of “fallen” photos, Jacquie! Have a great week ahead!

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  5. Sylvie Grayson

    Good post, Jacquie, I like the different takes on what fallen implies.
    Best, Sylvie

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  7. Yowza! It was hard to peel my eyes off of that cover, Jacquie! Thanks for sharing your great photos. I love the one of your grandson at the bottom of the ocean.

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  8. Gwen M. Plano

    What great photos, Jacquie. The one of your grandson at the bottom of the ocean is priceless. 💗

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  9. Kirstin Bozich Troyer

    I love your take on the theme Jacquie. It’s fun isn’t it, taking part in the challenge. I’m enjoying it and challenging myself to think outside the box a little.

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  10. Great collection, Jacquie. I love ‘fallen for the deer’. That big guy does look real!

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  11. These are wonderful pictures, Jacquie. Very clever use of the prompt topic. You new book sounds great!

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  12. Awesome takes on ‘Fallen’, Jacquie! I especially like your ‘silly kitty’ photo…and your new book cover!

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  13. Wow beautiful pics and loving the guy in the cover ❤️

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  14. Jane Ellen Owen

    Absolutely Love those photographs Jacquie and the book cover is divine, the dog is the cutest, the guy isn’t bad either. 🥰

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  15. D.L. Finn, Author

    I loved your take on the word falling. The photos were beautiful, Jacquie.

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  16. D.L. Finn, Author

    I meant “fallen.”

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  17. Love the photos and theme, Jacquie! You live in such a beautiful place!

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  18. Great photos! I recognize the Niagara Falls photo as being taken from the Canadian side and one was taken at Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto (am I right?)

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