It’s another Tuesday for the 52 Tuesdays Challenge! I pick a word that starts with a T and you share your favorite photos, stories or thoughts on that word of the week. We can have a lot of fun! Join me!
For this week we are going with the word TWO! Enjoy!
Vivid -producing powerful feelings or strong, clear images in the mind
I remember the feeling of the wind rushing past me as I sat on the bike….
I remember the smell of the jasmine and the roses…
Part of the WP Daily Post Prompt Vivid
Still loving the 52 Tuesdays Challenge where I toss a word beginning with a T out there and you share your photos, stories or such related to the word?
This week the word is Tail. At first I thought I might have chosen a difficult word but once I looked into my photos I had so many cute tails!! Which to choose from? So hope you enjoy!
This week’s challenge is the subject table. With the 52 Tuesdays Challenge I am choosing a word beginning with T and then sharing my own photos as well as asking that others join me in the challenge and share their own photos, stories and such related to the word. I hope you enjoy and participate!
Table: From a trip to Hot Springs, Arkansas – in our walks around bathhouse row we found several tables that you could take a seat and play some checkers or chess in the beautiful weather!
My husband and I love having fresh fruits and vegetables. We try to plant a garden every year, whether it be large or small, but also have berries and fruit trees. So for this week’s Photo a Week Challenge of Edible I am sharing some of the items that we have had in past spring/summers.
A color that has really grown on me the last couple of years is the color turquoise. You’ll find a bit more of it in my house. And now I see it more in my photos. One reason I may like it is that when the water is turquoise it is beautiful and that is usually what you see at the beach.
But for today – Where’s My Backpack Challenge Turquoise I am sharing a few photos from our honeymoon to Alaska back in 2010.
Building in Vancouver, Canada
Iceberg in Juneau, Alaska
Totem poles in park on Vancouver Island