This week’s challenge is the letter “o” as in, “OH MY GOD”. This weekend the US Navy Blue Angels ruled the skies over San Francisco as a part of the 2012 Fleet Week. Here is an order of International Orange with a side of OMG.
In honor of World Animal Day on October 4th, Ailsa’s Travel Theme this week is Animals. The critters featured below, and their cousins, have been frequent visitors to our “Backyard Salad Bar” for years. Last year we finally put up a fence around the backyard and now we have vegetables and flowers and no deer (Oh, dear!).
This week’s Story Challenge is the letter “N” and my mind immediately goes to NO, NEVER, do NOT— I think you get the picture here.
I decided to take a look at the warning signs around my workplace to show how many things workers canNOT do. As it turned out, there are a lot of helpful warning signs that are cautionary in nature and only a few signs that are flat-out NO, or NEVER messages.
This exercise made me realize that my reaction to many suggestions has been to turn them into rules and that is a problem. I can take a suggestion, but I don’t especially like following a rule. Hmmmmph, a mental change is required at this point (my boss will be thrilled…).
Thank you, Frizz, for this challenge and this experience of personal growth.
I took this photo with my iPhone4…
…and edited it with the Camera Awesome app into this photo.
I am unsure whether to call this second image a photograph or something else — an iPhoto, an edPhoto? It looks like an old postcard to me, like something from 30 years from now.
Is there a word out there already or will we have to come up with a term to define these photographs that have been edited into another form?
Please share your thoughts on this subject. I am eager to learn what you think.
Related post: iPhoneography Rocks!
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step”
The subject of this week’s Photo Challenge is “mine”, as in a place, object, or view that’s entirely yours, or you’re a bit selfish or possessive about.
What’s mine is now yours, enjoy.
I received a tag from Brad @ http://youjivinmeturkey.com for a Tag Blogathon. This is a new experience for me, but I am willing to give it a shot, so here are the rules: Each person tagged must post 11 things about themselves. They must also answer the 11 questions the ‘tagger’ has set for them. They must create 11…
I took this photo of pottery on display in a garden supply store in Albuquerque, New Mexico.