Welcome to the 133rd round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
It was wonderful to see the great variety of Comfort all of you came up with for this week’s challenge! I was greatly amused by a number of the posts that found a very humorous approach to the theme. There were also some really touching posts and a number of food posts that left me hungry for more. Thank you all for coming up with such great posts and the effort that you put into them.
Please enjoy each other’s posts and see which are most comforting to you!
Sometimes comfort can be found in Nature…
This location is in Baxter State Park in Northern Maine, and I found it very comfortable to take a nice rest in the thick beds of moss. If only it weren’t a short rest, I would have enjoyed it even more!
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
Ladyleemanila starts things this week with a large variety of comforts, ranging from food to places and other!
Klara captured the ultimate comfort in her post in Sliku Svoju Ljubim II in the cake that is being enjoyed!
Sandy captured a beautiful photo of a duck in Out of my Write Mind, which looks rather comfortable in its current position.
In a wonderful post in Willowsoul, we get comforts ranging from some delicious food to snuggling in bed while watching Dr. Who!
Emily’s post in Zombie Flamingoes shows of some great comforts, and her cat’s ability to enjoy them!
Tatiana has some great photos, one of a hair ornament in Giftsmart, which is stunning, and another set in TravelArtPix of fish dyring in Newfoundland. Plus some great photos of Yellowstone in TravelWays.
In a lovely post in Life Amazing, we find out that Walter is a great source of comfort and he seems pretty happy about that!
Yinglan’s post in This is Another Story shows that we have similar tastes in comfort foods! I know where to go for dinner!
Anita shares some great views of comfort in its various guises in her post in Anita’s Images.
Susan shares the comforts of a heating pad in her post in Musin’ with Susan, which she made good use of in recovering from broken hips.
Bikurgurl writes a wonderful post on the sources of her comfort, which are many and inspiring!
Debbie shares her experiences of voting day in her post in ForgivingConnects; her insights are fantastic and may help many!
Ulli takes us to Tattooine (Tunisia) in his post in Banactee; the hotel there is a throwback to smart technology used by Berbers to create cooled living quarters.
Maria shares a great view in her lovely blog, KameraPromenader; that certainly is a great location to find comfort in watching time float by.
Miriam writes an awesome blog post about her love of the music of Lior, as we read in Out an’ About about her encounter and enjoyment!
Ilka shares the wonderful comfort of cooking with her sons in her post A Thousand Miles, after which the home cinema is open.
Deb provides us with a Halloween view of comfort in her post in Twenty Four, as I’m stunned about the amount of candy!
Jase decided it was time to go a bit against comfort in his post in Proscenium; I agree it was definitely time to do so.
I hope that you enjoy these posts and let the authors know!
Welcome to Week 133 of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
After a rather Slippery week of entries, I thought we’d need a bit of respite from all the slipping and sliding and settle in for a bit of Comfort! As the weather is getting colder in New England and many other places in the Northern Hemisphere, the idea of a cozy comfortable spot by the fireplace is rather inviting. This led me to this week’s theme, which I hope you will all be comfortable with handling! Think about what denotes Comfort to you and how you would capture it in your mind’s eye, or with your camera’s lens.
Be mindful and creative, and let fun and comfort collide into an expose on the finer parts of our human condition! I look forward to your creature comforts!!
Here’s some comfort food to get you going…
Macaroni and cheese is definitely one of my favorite comfort foods, as its cheesy, gooey goodness is just pleasing to the eye, nose and tongue! Add some cubed ham and bake it in the oven and I won’t be late for dinner!! I shot this image for a food photography class with the intent to create an image that would be at once inviting and give a sense of home-made comfort. I did do a bit of food styling to get the look that I wanted (yes, there was a blowtorch involved 🙂 ).
The full rules of this challenge are in TPC Guidelines, but here’s the tl;dr:
Create a pingback link to this post, so that I can create a post showing all of the submissions over the week (note: pingbacks may not appear immediately, as my site is set up to require approval for linking to it; helps against previous bad experiences with spamming)
Have fun creating something new (or sharing something old)!!
Can’t wait to see what comforts will be highlighted this week!!