Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Wood or Season of Spring

From Cee:

Wood or the Season of Spring.  In the description of of the Wood Element you can maybe get some ideas for your entry.

People who have strong energy of the Wood element have a clear vision and goals, and know how to bring them into being. They excel at planning and decision making. Their piercing, penetrating eyes may attract you.  Color for wood is green.

An old wooden pier on Lake Apopka

2014-07-12 Wooden Pier_Fotor

 

Basswood, 2011
Joshua Almond
Call the Darkness
Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College

2014-05-10 Basswood_Fotor

 

Part of an old oak tree root, cut out to try to keep it from doing anymore damage to our driveway!

2014-07-03 Root_Fotor

 

I have no idea what this little flowering plant is called. I also have no idea if it it was taken on THE spring day we might have had a few months ago here in Central Florida! 😉

2014-07-07 Flower Buds_Fotor

 

For more information on participating in this challenge and/or to see more entries, please click on the logo.

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37 comments on “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Wood or Season of Spring

  1. Sue Slaght says:

    Another wonderful collection for a challenge Linda. That art piece is fabulous!

  2. These are all great shots but I have to agree with Sue that art piece is an attention grabber!

  3. Amy says:

    Beautiful woods and flowers! The Basswood looks very special. Is it a carving?

    • Thanks so much, Amy! I’m completely guessing here but I think it was pieced together with pieces of the basswood. I could be completely wrong but the description of the piece at the gallery didn’t indicate how he put it together.

  4. A lovely set Linda, perfect for the challenge! 🙂

  5. mihrank says:

    very impressive – there aren’t words to compliment you – your work speak by itself!!

  6. Sue says:

    My favorite is the dock photo. Would love to be there right now! Hmmm- the one of the root is pretty cool too. The knot hole on the right looks like a dragon eye.

  7. Cee Neuner says:

    The Basswood art piece is spectacular. I adore the bridge too….OK I adore all your photos. Thanks 🙂

  8. well doen! I love them all and especially the bridge, where one view is slowly drawn furhter and further into the picture.
    Have a wonderful weeeknd, you talented woman!

  9. I love the photo of the pier so serene. Lovely selection of photos.

  10. inesephoto says:

    Great wood stuff! Isn’t this plant Azalea?

    I actually came here on business 🙂 I enjoy reading your blog, and I nominate you for a Very Inspiring blogger award. Check out my last post:) My best wishes,
    Inese

  11. Lovely photos for the challenge! My favourite is definitely the wooden pier. Would like to spend a sunny afternoon with a good book here

  12. rommel says:

    You have come a long way. The second picture is exquisite!

  13. […] Living With My Ancestors – I just love the Basswood art piece photograph.  The pier walk is pretty cool too. […]

  14. Cee Neuner says:

    Congratulations! I have selected your post to be featured on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge!
    http://ceenphotography.com/2014/07/22/cees-fun-foto-challenge-fire-or-season-of-summer/

  15. tchistorygal says:

    These are gorgeous pictures! Great post! 🙂

  16. viveka says:

    Linda, this pier image … is just fantastic – love the light in it and the shades of the wood. Amazing shot.

  17. […] Living With My Ancestors – I just love the Basswood art piece photograph.  The pier walk is pretty cool too. […]

  18. Love the photo of the old wooden pier…Hey Linda how do you know if you have strong wood energy compared to another element? And what do the other elements represent? would love to learn more…

    • I wish I had answers for you. I actually copied that statement above from Cee’s challenge page! She may know more. You can get to her page by clicking on her logo above underneath my pictures! 🙂

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