Whew! This week’s prompts were difficult.
Meet Me at the Corner
Mother Nature Meets Technology
One Step at a Time
What’s Wrong with this Picture?
Meet me at the corner, across from the park, where these three friends are hawking their wares on a warm summer day
I maintain that these should be buried, but they can be pretty, nevertheless…
If you can take a moment and look beyond the lovely model here to the stone steps on the side of the cliff… Those are a part of one of several “highways” into the Incan city of Machu Picchu. There is a drawbridge – perhaps one of the first ever – made of simple logs overs a gap in the stone path (just under Ashley’s left arm). If you happen to trip whilst walking along this “road” you will not merely stub your toe or scrape your knee, but rather you will fall some hundreds of feet down to the valley floor below. Guess those Incans weren’t too afraid of heights, hmm?
Okay, so this isn’t a photo per se, but there is something seriously wrong with it! :D
And if you want to play along, next week’s challenges are:
I love mail.
I love getting it and I love sending it. On Monday, I got a package from DK Miller of Shutterbug Eye Photography.
She was offering a giveaway on her new blog site for one her photo pendants, just like this one: Bronze Pendant.
And guess what? I won!
I love getting mail, and I love winning prizes. :)
It’s beautifully made with a rounded glass front, and a nice not-too-heavy-but-not-too-light weight. The photo is an antiqued Ferris wheel print – very cool.
(If you want to see the pendant listing, check out Shutterbug Eye’s Etsy shop)
These colors are pretty much perfect for my style, but she does have other pendant styles and colors to choose from!
Thanks again, Diane! I love my new necklace! :)
Got up early this morning with the hopes of finding a nice sunrise. I seem to have a knack for picking overcast mornings though, and it didn’t turn into anything but rain.
However, I did enjoy a nice early morning sit by the lake shore at the boat ramp.
This photo was asking for an old fashioned look. So I obliged it. :)