Posts Tagged ‘Weekly Photo Challenge’

This week’s photo challenge is unfocused.  Great!  A challenge for something I normally throw away.  I did manage to find a few that survived the trash can somehow.  Enjoy!

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It’s time for WordPress’ weekly photo challenge.  This week’s theme is Together. I’ve created a slideshow of scenes from many of the places we’ve visited:  a herd of cows in a field; cars and planes in the Western Antique Airplane and Automobile Museum in Hood River, Oregon; feeding birds at the Oregon Zoo; waterspouts in Depoe Bay, Oregon; American Bison (buffaloes) at NorthWest Trek; mushrooms growing up the side of a tree.

I hope you enjoy them.

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Blessings!

WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge is sun.  That’s a tough one because (a) it rains in my part of Oregon nine months out of the year and (b) any shots of direct sun usually get thrown out as being too bright and washed out.  Here are a couple shots of the sun shining over bridges and some others with shadow and implied sun.  I hope you enjoy them.

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I’m late with this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge, but better late than never. The topic is two subjects and I have multiple of twos for you, our kids.  Two dogs, Shadow and Mackenzie.  Two cats, Charlie and Freddie.  Two girls (the pugs) and two boys (the cats), and two species (feline and canine).  That should definitely count as two x two x two x two x two subjects.

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We’ve never had them all in one place before.  I was holding a jar of treats while Cee was snapping the photo.

This week’s WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge is Journey.  it’s hard picking one journey that I enjoyed.  Cee and I love to explore, so we’re always on some kind of journey, it seems. (Cee’s Share Your World challenge is posted for this week, so please go participate in that, too.)  For this photo challenge, I think I’ll use pictures from inside the Salem, Oregon, Mill Museum.

The 1895 Thomas Kay Woolen Mill, one of the best-preserved Victorian-Age factories in the West and designated an American Treasure by the National Park Service, vividly tells the story of industrialization in the West. See how it was to work in what was once a leading textile factory in Oregon, the legacy of which is continued today by Pendleton Woolen Mills.  I hope you enjoy the journey.

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it’s time for the weekly photo challenge.  Arranged!  I didn’t know what to do with that one, but Cee went through my photos and found some that would work for that theme.  Thank goodness she has the patience to search around through my stuff and find things either arranged by hand or by Mother Nature .  I like what she found.  I hope you do, too.  Blessings!

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This week’s photo challenge is “Through”.  Here are my photos.  Scroll down to view the large pictures.

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Blessings!


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