For the photo challenge Lost In The Details I wanted to show some photos that I haven’t shared before while featuring the details of some of my favorite subjects. Here are a few for you to enjoy!
That – as in “Look at THAT!” “Did you see THAT?” “Gotta try THAT!!” or better yet “I’ve got to have a photo of THAT!!!”
You guessed it – this week’s word is THAT!
The first photo I thought of when I chose the word today was this one from our honeymoon. We were taking a tour in Vancouver, BC and happened upon these super cute raccoons! They were cute enough to talk us out of some ice cream cone! And the mother was blind in one eye – she is the middle one and you can see her right eye is clouded. So cute!
The next is a squirrel that was hanging out at our cabin at Beavers Bend park over a Christmas/New Year holiday. They love crackers and this one wasn’t too shy. But times like this one are where I run for my camera because I love being up close with nature!
I’ll try to keep it short and sweet today, so here is the last little collage. This is from Bikes, Blues & BBQ 2012 in Fayetteville, AR. Along Dickson street there is always a motorcycle (bike) to look at during B,B & BBQ. This particular bike had a trailer of a coffin and several creepy riders. And then the man standing next to it had his own pet scorpion! Another example of “Can you believe THAT?”
Hope you enjoyed the photos today and c’mon – Share with me your THAT!!
While camping a few weekends ago the river at the park was down well over 6 feet, exposing these cypress knees, as Hubby called them. At first I thought that they were the victims of the ever-so-busy beavers in the area but turns out I had never seen them because water usually covered them. Hope you enjoy!
Part of Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Wood!
We spent a weekend in Beavers Bend park in Oklahoma and though it is winter there were still plenty of interesting subjects for my camera. The river that runs through the park is very low – Hubby estimated at least 6 ft. So while he fished I walked along the exposed river bed edges and found these treasures. Enjoy!
leaves growing between the mossy rocks
It just seemed wrong to do a 7 day challenge and then not wrap it up with a favorites post! So, here, after 7 posts on animals in response to the Where’s My Backpack Travel Challenge: Animals – I’m sharing my favorite photo from each of the 7 posts!
This is day 2 in the week-long Where’s My Backpack Weekly Travel Challenge: Animals! Today I get to share with you one of my favorite spots that we visit that is close to our home – just an hour and a half drive. It is Beavers Bend State Park just outside of Broken Bow, OK. We usually either rent a cabin or take our camper to the park. We’ve even been known to just go for the day or for breakfast on our motorcycle. It’s a great place to enjoy nature in a laid back manner.
This little guy is a visitor to our cabin when we stay there (or his look-alike comes back). He/they love the crackers we share on the balcony.
This one is from my first camping trip with my hubby – then just my boyfriend for a few weeks. I joke that this is where I thought I’d lost him to the doe….. Of course, all the doe was interested in was the crackers that he so cleverly held in his lips and she was brave enough to come and get them. (Hint for those who visit the park– bring boxes of saltine crackers! )
Day 1 – Arkansas Wild Wilderness Safari
A fellow blogger suggested a challenge on the word reflection.
So here are a few of my photos on reflections.
To journey is to travel.This can be a physical travel as one might travel the US or the world. Or it can be a journey of life or spirit. I’ve chosen to go with photos of my travels. Here are just a few from my travels over the last several years that remind me of some of the places I have been.
This photo was taken in San Diego harbor – mind you, this photo is in color, not sepia – during the fires of 2008. I was there and just speechless about the whole situation. People were fleeing the fires, the city was on its way to being overtaken with the fires, and the emotions were ones that I cannot describe.
On a lighter, happier note – this photo is from Beavers Bend, OK. It is the place where we go every year for my husband’s family reunion. This photo was of an early fall morning when the river still had that mist hanging over it and the fall leaves were beautiful!
Ahhhh, Alaska! The first memories this brings back is the joy and relaxation of my honeymoon with my hubby! The scenery was breathtaking and the serenity just – well, serene!
Another wonderful weekend at the park reminded me of this picture from last year.
I see a lot of posts with “picture of the day”. I like the concept but always think if I post one in the morning then I might find something else in the evening that I liked better. SOOOO, I’m going to go with “picture from yesterday” posts, I believe. Of course, I may not make a post every day – life seems to get away with me some days. And a lot of the times it won’t be a pic from yesterday but a pic that I saw in my collection that caught my eye for sharing with you. Anywho, now you know the concept. Hope we’ll all enjoy it! Here is the first one!
Found this in my pics yesterday and it reminded me of our upcoming family reunion held each October. This morning the weather reminds me of the morning I took it last year. Enjoy!!
color of a fall morning (© 2010 Tisha Clinkenbeard)