Welcome to the 134th round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge! After enjoying some Thanksgiving food, I’m finally getting caught up with things this week, so here it is…
I was overwhelmed by the volume of responses and really enjoyed the types of triples or trios that each of you shared in your posts. Many were touching, and quite a few made me laugh in enjoyment of the wit that shoed in them. Thank you for all the great effort that you put into your posts! I hope that each of you enjoy your posts as much as I did!
These three are still among some of my favoirte ones…
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:
- Ron starts the contributions of the week with a great post in Progressing into Solitude.
- The trio photographed in the post by Geriatri’X’ Fotogallery is truly stunning!
- Brian’s post in his blog Bushboy’s World has an intersting variety of trios…some more inviting than others…
- Shelley’s post in Quaint Revival is truly interesting, as she not only has great trios, but also examines whether an ISTJ can use a bullet journal without freaking out!
- In a wonderful post in Charlesewaugh, we meet a rather relaxed trio, which seems pretty happy.
- This week, pensivity101 can barely get her brain of chocolate, but luckily finds some trios despite this hurdle!
- In a lovely post in Minding My P’s and Q’s, we get to enjoy a gorgeous rainy day trio of photos!
- Yinglan may have had a challenge to find photos with trios, but as we can see in This is Another Story, she found some wonderful ones!
- In a great post in For the Love Of, there’s a great trio that we might just want some more of!!
- Cee features some wonderful photos of threes in Cee’s Photography, which are really interesting!
- The great photos of trios in Chateaux des Fleurs put a smile on my face; what do you think?
- Gwenny’s post in Field Notes from over the Hill definitely waxes nostalgic; do you have moments like that?
- Sarah’s post in By Sarah features a trio that makes a perfect setting for two!
- Emily went for comfy in her photo in Zombie Flamingoes, and I agree that it looks like a great place to relax!
- In another awesome post in MV Obsession, we meet a trio standing around discussing the future of the United States.
- The poem in Na’ama Yehuda‘s post is fantastic, as she captures the sense of the flowers to perfection!
- In this week’s post in To See a World in a Grain of Sand… Ann-Christine captures a great set of trios!
- In the Nut House, we find Kammie has caught some wonderful trios with her camera!
- In a great post in Travel with Intent, Debbie introduces us to an interesting trio in Nimes!
- With a little ARHtistic License, Andrea features a trio that makes all of us wonder why she captured them 🙂
- Susan shares some incredible photos in her post in Musin’ with Susan, which feature beauty in threes!
- Jase features a great photo in his post in Proscenium; bridging the gap is definitely needed!
- The award for unique trio might go to the post in Danny James Photography, but I do wonder whose they are…
- Ladyleemanila has a great collection of trios in her post; there is definitely some great fun in them!
- The post in Sing Like Wildflowers is awesome and uplifting! Those smiles are just the best!
- In a great post in Light Words, Carol has some beautiful and fluffy trios on display!
- In Heart to Heart‘s post we get a great variety of trios, although I do wonder about pink trees…
- Woolly shares some magnifient photos in his Woolly Muses post, of which one really stands out to me! Which one is your favorite?
- In a wonderful post in MyTravelCSP the trios range from menacing to lovely!
- Sandy shares some really interesting trios in Out of my Write Mind, among which Nature takes various directions.
- Xenia has a great trio of photos in her blog Tranature, in which there is a great river party! In a second post in WhippetWisdom, Xenia is part of a wonderful trio with Eivor and Pearl and shares a great tanka.
- Olga shares some stunning sets of trios in Stuff and what if…, among which I really love those horses!
- Maria finds us some trios for her post in KameraPromenader; their color and composition are inspiring!
- Alice shares a great post in the 59 Club, which is a great looking blog; her trios are truly interesting!
- In a Young Retirement, Bud and Jane post some gorgeous photos that fit our theme beautifully!
- Tatiana has some great photos this week; in Giftsmart, we enjoy some wonderful pink cactus flowers. In TravelWays we get to see some really cute ducklings! Her first post in TravelArtPix features a great painting, and the second post in TravelArtPix shows some backyard friends.
- In her post in Photoworld, vol 3, Petra mentions that her trio might be a bit scary…what do you think?
- In his post in the Blog of Hammad Rais, Hammad features his three favorite foods and some other cool trios!
- Some great photos in Hadd Hai Yaar feature a couple of sets of trios, but I think there are more than 3 motorcycles 🙂
- Deb’s post in Twenty Four has an incredibly tall trio, which wins in the height cateogry over many other options!
- This week’s post in One letter UP – diary 2.0 has probably the coolest trio of all…these Blues artists really rock!
- Robert’s photo in Photo Robert’s Blog tells the story of a trio that may just have missed their connection…
- In this week’s contribution in Don’t Hold Your Breath, the key trio is found on the plate! In a second post in Don’t Hold Your Breath, we learn about moon gates and dragon walls!
- In a great looking travel diary, Akanksha Kargwal shares an incredible photo of a traveling trio!
- Ilka has a really happy trio in her post in A Thousand Miles, with her three sons appearing to have some great fun!
- In another excellent post in Land of Images, we see that three ewes don’t pull the wool over our eyes!
- In another awesome post in Life Amazing, we see both silliness and serious concentration…they can do both!
- Debbie focuses on the use of creativity in forgiveness in her post in ForgivingConnects; these are definitely some great ideas!
- Ju-Lyn’s post in All Things Bright and Beautiful focuses on the color purple…I like it!
- With a wonderful photo in Sgeoil, we get to see a great trio of flowers that look amazing!
- With a great post in his blog Island in the Net, Khürt focuses on a key aspect of photography that fits this week’s theme!
I hope that you enjoy these posts and let the authors know!