By now, we’re up to the 34th collection of responses to the Tuesday Photo Challenge – Flow! It’s great to see that all of your entries are still fresh and innovative every week, which is a true inspiration for me.
An idea that I’d like to propose to all of you, is to also ask for topics that you would like to see covered in the on-going series of Tuesday Photo Challenges; if there’s a topic that has you thinking creative thoughts, and you’re itching to use it in your photography, please let me know and I’ll be happy to build a challenge around it.
This week’s contributions included a variety of trunks, both of the moving and stationary kind! The images were tremendous and you certainly displayed some great creativity. Thank you all for these great contributions.
Another bit of trunk here, in hiding behind a trunk to make use of backlighting…
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
- Ladyleemanilla provided images of two varieties of trunks, which were just beautiful! The baby elephant is simply precious!
- Charles provided great images highlighting trunk texture in his blog CharlesEWaugh; definitely go check them out!
- Judith’s post in Nature Knows Best was filled with elephants (and a couple of trees), which looked just amazing and endearing enough to want to hug them!
- Emily stood out from the crowd with her post in Zombie Flamingoes, as she provides us with an image of a steamer trunk.
- Leaking Ink‘s post tells us all about an angry tree with a wonderful poem to match the topic. Go on over and read it!
- Xenia’s post in Whippetwisdom combines lovely photos of her whippets among the trunks with a wonderful tanka!
- Miriam’s ode to a trunk in Out an’ About tells us of her appreciation of the massive redwoods of California, as well as the trees close to her home.
I absolutely love your entries, as they were a lot of fun the peruse! Now, what can I pull together for the next one?