The weekly photo challenge is Edge.
We went to Washington to the Olympic National Park . We drove over to the ocean side. It is covered with lots and lots of grey rocks and thousands of trees, big, huge trees have washed up all over the shore. The ocean is powerful, full of waves. The wind blows over you and gives you a chill. I sat of this big tree and took the picture. It was hard to walk over the millions of round, smooth rocks, all grey.
Then we drove over to the rain forest part. I took a picture of the river at the edge of the road. It was foggy and drizzling rain.
The weekly photo challenge is Face. I picked the nearest one around….mine. I did have to add some light effects at the top, other wise it would be a blah photo.
The weekly photo challenge is Landscape.
I love the landscape of Organ Pipe Monument in Arizona. It is a special place where only Organ pipe cactus grows. Here are a couple of pictures of that landscape.
The weekly photo challenge is Half-Light. Share a photo inspired by a poem, verse, song lyric or story.
Song from Annie. “The sun will come out tomorrow
Bet your bottom dollar that tomorrow
There’ll be sun”
The song Let it snow.
Oh the weather outside is frightful
But the fire is so delightful
And since we’ve no place to go
Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
The Weekly photo challenge is Harmony.
Nature is in harmony to produce clouds upon clouds. Clouds build up and produce rain to provide the planet with water. Today the clouds built up and produced different swirls and shapes and then turned all grey and then it rained.
I took a couple of pictures of the clouds. Some looking like puffy pillows, some looking like waves in the air. They were changing constantly.
The Weekly photo challenge is State of Mind. This week, share an image where you see a particularly strong connection between what we see and what you felt as you pressed that shutter button on your camera or phone.
I was driving home one morning and saw an eagle in a tree. A big eagle. It was black with a white head and tail. I made a U-turn and parked my car and walked over closer to look at it. It was still sitting in the tree just looking around. It was so beautiful. I only had my little pocket camera so I took a few pictures. The zoom is not huge on the camera but I tried to get a good shot of it. Then people started stopping their cars and jumping out to take a picture with their camera phones. I hope they had a good zoom on them because he was a little too far to get a good picture. I was happy and in awe looking at this beautiful bird. It was so cold though, so I went and got back in my car and drove home. I am glad I got to see it and capture an image of it.
The Weekly photo challenge is Life imitates Art
The wild horses have started walking around the neighborhood again. I took a picture of them. I then made an artistic picture of them.
Here is the original of them.