Weekly photo challenge Shine

So many shiny things when we look around us, here are a few photos from my archives.
This week’s https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/shine/



In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Treat.”


In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Change.”

Every day we have changes in our lives. New seasons, habits, locations, lifestyle, hobbies, friends and every day is a new canvas, a new beginning. Lets change!  Lets make a difference!

From Every Angle

I love taking photos at different angles!  Here are some of my photos I’ve taken in the past few months.  This blog is in response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “From Every Angle.”


This week’s photo challenge is ephemeral or lasting for a very short time.

One thing that also does not last very long in our home is the energy bites I make for snack time.  Have a look at some of these photos here.


This week’s photo challenge is Fresh.

I must admit, when I hear the word fresh, I immediately think food and flowers.  Here are some of my photos.

I also love cooking and baking, so there are always freshly made food at home.  Click on the photos below to have a look at all the fun things I make at home.



This week’s photo challenge is ‘Reward‘.
I’ve been on a short course for ‘Intermediate Pottery’ and this has been my reward so far…

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Work Of Art

I can’t say that this is my favourite topic.  I appreciate art, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder.  So for my post I’ll start of with a photo of one of the shuttlecocks at the Nelson Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City.

Nelson Atkins Museum shuttlecock


Personally I don’t think you can find more beautiful art than in nature.  Here are a few photos I quickly found in my Kansas City photo library.



This week’s reflection photos.

This morning I went on my Saturday walk with my son, and only after I took the photo of ‘spring’ did I notice the reflection of the bridge at the bottom of the photo.  It jus shows how your brain filter out everything you don’t want to see or only focus on what you want to see, but a photograph shows it as it is.

Bridge reflection in the spring