Seasons and More
You can imagine how the noise of the train began to crescendo as it drew near. For The Daily Post’s Weekly Prompt: Crescendo.
During one of our evening hikes, my husband and I ventured down a new path that dead ended at a drop off into a shallow creek bed. I love the woods!
For Dutch Goes the Photo Tuesday Photo Challenge: Water and for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things that start with the letter C (creek).
For Becca’s Sunday Trees.
I can’t deny the beauty of flowers and even a black-topped bike path looks delightful in the setting sun.
These are for Cee’s (former) Which Way Challenge (I just went over there and found out she is taking a break from this challenge.) However, she is still doing her Flower of the Day! 🙂
Shadows for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge.
Colors that start with the letter “B” for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge and “Blue” for Dutch goes the Photo’s Tuesday’s Challenge.
Time keeps things orderly.
Paving stones placed in a patterned order.
Traffic lights keep cars moving in an orderly fashion.
Rows and columns in perfect order.
This week’s Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge is “Dense.” Now, dense has more than one meaning. The first being “stupid or foolish” which could be applied to my husband and I as we embarked down a never before explored (by us) gated path that displayed this sign at its start:
Turns out we didn’t get shot and the risk was worth it as we enjoyed some beautiful sunset views of “dense” brush, fields, and trees.
Taken with a not so great smart phone camera, but it was fun to snap some images of what is along the roads I travel so often, which I hardly ever notice otherwise.
Posted for The Daily Post Challenge: Evanescent
Soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence; quickly fading or disappearing.
Also sharing with Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge.