Mexico Monday, Week 18

Farewell, Mexico Monday!  Even though I suspect there still must be a few more slides somewhere around the house (including one of an 8-year-old me standing on a street corner holding onto a giant bunch of balloons), they have yet to turn up, so this will be my final week sharing my dad’s slide images of trips to Mexico. First, […]

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WPC: Tiny

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of November 11, 2016. In this week’s challenge, show us tiny. Capture something at a smaller scale. Create your own miniature scene. Or experiment with the tilt-shift technique — Instagram and other apps have this built-in tool. You can also interpret the theme in other ways by capturing your favorite tiny […]

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Door to door

This week, Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge for this week is Entrances and Doors. All buildings have at least one door.  This week I want to see grand entrances and doors  from a Cathedral to an old broken door found in a ruined building from long ago.  Any building as long long as the entry or door is your main subject of your photo.

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Mexico Monday, Week 17

Next week I’ll be concluding my Mexico Monday series with the last few pictures of churches in the Ensenada area of Baja California.  I’m thinking about carrying on in a similar theme with Memory Mondays — sharing some of the best images I’ve found as I sort through my family’s old photos.  Any thoughts?  Feel free to share!

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Colors of Autumn

I live in the northern half of my state, not in (more or less) perpetually sunny Southern California… but we still don’t get anything like the beautiful fall colors people travel hundreds of miles to view, like in New England and other northern climates. Still, if you can manage to get up early enough on a clear morning and choose […]

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WPC: Chaos

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of November 4, 2016. This week, share your own take on chaos, whether it’s the mess in your living room, a busy street crossing, a party on the verge of getting a little out of hand, or any other subject that celebrates a lack of (visual) control. It’s always a little […]

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