Tag Archives: Photo Challenge
Wordless Wednesday: Cactus Garden
#ThursdayTreeLove – 125
I don’t know what this gnarly old tree is. Found at Gilbert (Arizona) Riparian Preserve.
Wordless Wednesday: This Tree’s Been Through a Lot
November Photo a Day Challenge – Texture
My blogger friend Cee introduced me to the November Photo a Day challenge on City Sonnets. Today’s prompt is Textures.
I used to participate in De Monte Y Mar‘s Tuesdays of Texture challenge, but it became sporadic after Hurricane Maria. I miss it so. (Click on photos to enlarge.)
Wordless Wednesday/Flower of the Day: Hibiscus
Check out Cee’s Flower of the Day.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Any Animal
For Cee’s B&W Challenge:
Our dear departed doxie, Rudi:
One of Greg’s African cichlids:
Wordless Wednesday/ Flower of the Day: Oleander
Doing double duty today with Cee’s Flower of the Day (check out Cee’s link–her allium today is awesome):
In response to the very last Daily Post Photo Challenge.
To help photographers get over prompt withdrawal, during the month of June ARHtistic License will be posting its own daily prompt that can be interpreted in any art.
I’d Rather Be…
Who are these friendly people extending their hands toward one another? See their smiles?
The arthritis in my left hip has reached critical mass, and until well after my hip replacement surgery in July, there are certain things I can’t do.
When I saw The Daily Post’s photo challenge this past week, I knew exactly how I would finish this sentence. You see, yesterday was the 31st Phoenix International Folk Dance Festival. I brought my camera and took lots of pictures, but I’d rather be…dancing.
Those lovely people above who look so happy are dancing to an American folk tune called Paul Jones and executing a square dance figure known as a grand right and left. If you scroll through the photos at just the right speed, you’ll get a feel for the sequence.
Or you could watch the short video below.
The festival was delightful, but I missed out on the best fun, the dancing. I have lots more pictures, so I’ll post a whole photo essay on the festival soon.