First of all, my apologies for posting this week’s round up late; but it has been crazy busy, including some great fun for a good cause over the weekend.
My slacking on posting this round up certainly didn’t affect any of you, as there were a plethora of responses to this week’s challenge of Continuation. Taking a look at all of them, it is interesting to see the variety of approaches to this topic and all the great images and poems!
Here’s a continuation of another sort, as the road may go in and out of view, but it moves forward to help guide us along our path of on-going exploration.
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
- Leaking Ink ‘s post provides us with both a great image from the highlands of Malaysia, but also a poem that ties in with the theme!
- Miriam’s entry in her blog Showers of Blessing shows us the continuity of the ocean and its waves.
- Marga’s post in the photographer smiled… shows us the irrepressible continuity of the river that flows by her hometown.
- Xenia’s Whippetwisdom post not only includes a whipper and a lovely haibun about her subject of the moon; perigee makes us grow closer to our nearest neighbor.
- Michelle shared a beautiful image in her blog Southern by Design, showing the edge between light and dark and accompanies it with text you have to read!
- Emily’s post in Zombie Flamingoes shows us four different images relating to the theme, each of which is beautiful!
- Marie’s post in The New 3Rs: Retire, Recharge, Reconnect expresses continuation with great beauty and style!
- Miriam’s post in Out an’ About talks about her chase for the full moon and expresses how this moon left her recharged through some awesome images!
- Nature Knows Best, as Judith postulates in her blog, and she is so right! You better go and check what she did in this week’s post!
- Ann’s provides us with a poem, which is beautifully illustrated in photography in her entry in Ann J White.
- Debbie’s post in Forgiving Connects combines wonderful images with her story of continuation, as life meanders through space and time.
Another fantastic set of entries! A little later today, you’ll see my post with this week’s theme.