Shades of Pink- #SundayStills #FlowerPhotography


This week’s Sunday Stills Challenge from Terri Webster Schrandt is PINK. You can see Terri’s photos and join in here. My garden is a riot of color right now, how is yours doing? The glory of gardening: hands in the dirt, head in the sun, heart with nature. To nurture a garden is to feed […]

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The Colors of Spring- #SundayStills #Photography


This week’s Sunday Stills Challenge is hosted by Marsha Ingrao on the Always Write blog. The theme is- Emerging. Visit Marsha to see her entries and join in the challenge here. The photo above was taken in the second week of March and was the first of the cherry blossoms. This is the tree now! […]

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Layers Upon Layers- #SundayStills #Photography


This Week’s Sunday Stills Challenge is all about Texture Terri Webster Shrandt hosts a fun weekly photography challenge that you can join in on here It’s autumn in Canada, a time for color and texture, warm coats and frosty breaths. I love the warmth of these berries against the cool shade of rock. The robins […]

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Garden #Perspectives- #SundayStills


This week’s Sunday Stills challenge is all about perspectives as chosen by Terri Webster Schrandt. You can see her photos and join the challenge here. I’ve squared all the photos for my entry for Becky’s for July Square Perspectives challenge. We’re spending most of our day out in the garden, so I thought I’d share some of […]

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Joy of Plants- #SundayStills #Gardenlife


Sunday Stills Challenge- Plant Life This week’s photo challenge by Terri Webster Schrandt is one after my own heart! Stop by and check out her lovely pictures here Our garden may be small, but it’s mighty 🙂 I better quit now, though I could go on forever. I love my garden ❤

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Nature’s Wonders- #SundayStills #photography


Nature is filled with wonders- we only have to open our eyes to behold the beauty. This week’s #SundayStills #challenge from Terri Webster Schrandt is Near and Far. You can join in here. Above is a photo taken last summer looking from the back of our postage stamp yard, forward. See the apple? First year […]

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