Welcome to the 96th round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge! This was a rather interesting week, as this week’s theme left room for some introspection, as well as sharing the world around us.
As a result there was wonderful variety in the posts, each with their own view into the bloggers’ lives. Ranging from the piano that could have been floating along the canals and rivers to books and the people and companions that are so important in our lives. Each of you provided something very insightful and often very deep; and don’t forget to listen to our bodies, as they tell us what’s important in our lives!
Thank you for a truly interesting set of posts to read! You make blogging fun!
Here’s a look at another aspect of my life…
In looking for a photo that would touch on multiple aspects of my life, I like this one; it connects to Nature, autumn, photography, rich colors and blue! Each of these are part of what makes my life fun!
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
ladyleemanilla started things this week with an overview of who and what’s important in her life with some great photos!
This week, pensivity101 shares some of the things in her life, and now I can’t get the boat with a piano out of my mind!!
In this week’s entry from the excellent blog, Black Body, we get to relax, kick back and wait for a bus!
This week’s contribution in theonlyD800inthehameau brings us Merseyside with a city so cool, that it lacks one thing only: a yellow submarine!
Xenia’s first entry in whippetwisdom shows us that there is nothing better than togetherness in the Winter Sun! Her second post in whippetwisdom is all about the sweet smell!
In this week’s entry from ForgivingConnects, Debbie came face to face with an important aspect of her life: listening to her body, as her painful, swollen toe was actually broken and requires time to heal!
This week, in the Blog of Hammad Rais, we get a detailed view of Hammad’s life with a tray full of clues!
Musin’ with Susan has a beautiful aspect to her life: amazing flowers that enhance each day, while they bloom.
In The Nomadic Architect, we get a great view of a street in Kolkata, which provides something of importance for humanity: books!!
I hope that you enjoy these posts and let the authors know!
Welcome to Week 96 of the Tuesday Photo Challenge. Thanks to all of you wonderful participants for a truly outstanding week of entries for the theme of Exotic!
This week’s inspiration started not with an image, but rather a song that has been stuck in my head for the past couple of days… That said, I thought it might just make a good theme to have this week’s entries be focused on In My Life! It will give everyone the opportunity to share some of the things that are part of their lives, whichever they are.
In my wife’s and my life, a good portion goes to the dogs, literally! As we truly enjoy having our dogs be part of our family, their contribution to our lives has been and continues to be significant through their wonderful acceptance of being part of the pack and sharing their every moment with us. With 4 Cardigan Welsh Corgis, our house is usually not very quiet, but it is always filled with joy.
Have fun with this week and I’m looking forward to your contributions!
Here is one of those little demons….
Dora, or Bean, as we often call her, is currently taking over the role of dominant female in our pack, as Bette is getting older and slower; her name was a happy coincidence of dogs and photography intersecting!
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)!!
I’m looking forward to your what you choose to share of your life!
The WordPress Daily Post Prompt has the word Carve…
There are many ways to take this prompt, but one image spring to mind immediately!
Sometimes, you get the opportunity to see something in a slightly different way, as the eye surveys what lies in front of it. This was one of those occasions…
As we were sitting around the dinner table for dessert, this slice of life presented itself to me, so I took the opportunity and the photo. In particular, the color palette on the knife struck me, as it reminded me of a painter at work.