weekly photo challenge

WANTED: Reliable Pick Up

Weekly Photo Challenge, 3rd Entry: Object All too soon will childhood gay realize life’s sober sadness. Let’s be merry while we may, innocent and happy Fay! Elves were made for gladness! -Lewis Carroll WANTED Rugged, unassuming, vehicle capable of transporting as many as a troop of elves, gnomes, and dwarves who prefer to travel in […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows Part III

Photo credit to the mister who captured this image while on a southbound train. This building haunts me. It was the first picture I thought of when I heard about the windows weekly photo challenge but it’s the last one I’ve posted in this series. Maybe because it makes me want to cry. A hotel […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Window part II

In Response to the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Window Oliva at the window of her playhouse blowing kisses. “I entered my room, and undrew the window-curtains, just in time to see the sun burst in glory from his ocean-prison, and clothe the world in the light of a new day.” -Lewis Carroll

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Window

  In Response to the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Window House Plant, Gary the Gray, and Rooster in Kitchen Window Do you hear the snow against the window-panes, Kitty? How nice and soft it sounds! Just as if some one was kissing the window all over outside. I wonder if the snow LOVES the trees […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Beginning

Participating in another inspiring photo challenge posed by the friendly folks at The Daily Post. This one is called, “beginning.” Photo credit goes to the mister. Dear Oliva, This morning at 6am I was sipping my coffee while taking in the sunrise and watching you happily gobble up a crispy waffle bathed in warm gooey syrup. I commented […]

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The Loneliest Number

Weekly Photo Challenge: One Once upon a time there was a lonely palm tree who didn’t understand why she looked like the other palm trees, sorta, but didn’t feel like the other palm trees (so she thought). One day she decided to muster the courage to strike up a conversation with the rest of the […]

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