Archive for August, 2014

This week, Frédéric Biver provided bloggers with the Weekly Photo Topic: Dialogue.

I’m going to admit to being really obvious with this challenge. I took two photos of the same thing, right in row so they are clearly related. But I also think together they say something that each does not say alone.

butterfly on man's back

Don’t be too quick to judge…

Open butterfly on man's back

Don’t be in a hurry…

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Black and White Beetle

Black and White Beetle

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I missed last week…a little late for this party. Time flies by.

Some yellow ribbons have been on the trees around me for years: they have become faded and frayed. There’s something I find very poignant about that.

yellow ribbon

Someone is always away…and someone is always waiting…


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pigeon on statue

A Prestigious Seat for a Common Bird

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lost princess

A lost princess: Ariel in transition??

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The beach is full of textures, from wood pilings to water and sand.

Wood Piling

Weathered Ocean Piling

The sand alone encompasses a variety of textures: from soft wet sand that slips between your toes as you walk barefoot to hard-packed sand that feels like cement when you walk on it. Then there’s dry sand that sticks to everything! Some people don’t like that at all so they wear sneakers or shoes.


Footprints in the beach sand…

The ocean waves beat relentlessly on the rocks, smoothing them over time. But if you decide to walk barefoot, be careful of shells, which can be sharp.

crab shell

A Sharp Shell

Whoever lost this shoe, might be sorry if they don’t watch where they walk!


Surf Shoe

A Lost Surf Shoe…


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Anything for Me?

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River Birch, Peeling birch bark

River Birch Growing

“Growth inside fuels growth outside.” John C. Maxwell


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Couldn’t resist another shot at this theme. I saw this beautiful coleus the other day at Tower Hill Botanical Garden.


Coleus with ZigZag Leaves


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Ocean creature’s paths are not straight ones…they meander and zigzag

Paths through the Sand

Paths through the Sand

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