Wordless Wednesday 3/2

Share your photo – Happy Wordless Wednesday!

Make sure to have your recipes ready for Munchie Monday  … I have set up a separate blog for this feature!   Fun and Yum!

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Wordless Wednesday

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Make sure to have your recipes ready for Munchie Monday  … I have set up a separate blog for this feature!   Fun and Yum!

 Check out more taking part in Wordless Wednesday

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Wordless Wednesday 2/9/11

If you are participating in Wordless Wednesday,  feel free to add your link!   Thank you!

(sorry, had the wrong dates listed – whoops)

Will it be “Munchie Monday” or “Menu Monday” … that is the question!   The poll is still open for your vote !

**Make sure to have your recipe ready for Monday … when the fun begins!

Wordless Wednesday

 

I have decided to participate in Wordless Wednesday which works well with my theme “Pictures” for Wednesday.   I have also chosen to include a Linky for others participating.

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Participating in the WordPress Post a Day 2011 Challenge!

Flickr: Your Photostream

A realization came to me a while back as I started taking pictures to add to my blog posts – some times (most times) you have to take a whole lot of pictures to “get the shot” you are looking for.   As you try to focus in on the buzzing bee or the fluttering bird you hope and pray it stays around long enough for you to capture that moment in a photo.    Some times you do and other times it’s gone before you even begin to focus.   Patience and persistence are two attributes that work well when zooming in for those Kodak moments.

                                                  

For years I have had an account on  Flickr: Your Photostream and use it to hold and group my most precious pictures.   You are able to set up folders for different themes and add your photos to different groups on the website.   There are some fantastic people, photos and groups and even if you just dabble in picture-taking, you should check it out.   You can sign up for a Free account – not sure on the limits, but it works just as well as the Pro account.  

Just as I recently decided to become more serious with my blog posting and commit to the Daily Post, I also  took on the challenge hosted at the Shutter Sisters Group on Flickr.   The objective is to take and post a picture to the group each day of the year.   You would think taking a simple picture a day would be much easier than making a blog post, but it’s really not.   Both are a Challenge.   I find myself looking to portray meaning in that one photo I take each day … without words, with just a click of the camera.

The Challenge is forcing me to focus on what I am looking at and to actually see it.

Photos – You be the Judge

As I headed out on my walk yesterday, I grabbed my camera remembering my topic for the Post A Day Challenge for Wednesday is Pictures.   As I started down the cold and barren trail, I dwelled on the fact that I wasn’t going to find any pretty flowers or singing birds on this frozen tundra of a path I am so familiar with.   So why did I choose to take the camera in the first place?   I could have taken pretty pictures of anything – something with color, something with shine …

I walked …….. and started to click the camera; hoping for that magical deer to appear or for that cute bunny to hop on by. 

Were others out searching as well?

Were they searching –  like me – for the beauty in nature?   Were we searching so hard we missed the obvious?   You be the judge.

Participating in the WordPress Post a Day 2011 Challenge!