Once a week Sue dips into her old English Oxford dictionary and picks a word on the page that it falls open at. The challenge is to post a photograph, poem, story – whatever the genre you like best to describe of what that word means to you. This week her word is DELICATE. This past weekend we visited the Fort Christmas Museum at Christmas, Florida. When I saw Sue’s word, I thought of these delicate doilies on display. They were hard to photograph because of the glare on the glass. The picture was taken using my iPhone5. The brochure seems to intimate that they’re from some of the early settlers in the 1830s. I’m thinking that they are tatted. Some more crafty people might know for sure.
When I saw Sue’s challenge this week for yellow, I could only think of one photo that would fit. So, in the spirit of the game, I went through some of my photos and discovered a few more that could be included in YELLOW. None have been retouched other than some cropping.
October 2013 – Silver Springs, FL iPhone 5
Sunrise over Lake Apopka iPhone 5
Front Yard Sunrise iPhone 5
Leaf iPhone 5
Ocala Painted Horse iPhone 5
I REALLY JUST WANT TO BE WARM YELLOW LIGHT THAT POURS OVER EVERYONE I LOVE
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I ran across this old photo showing my little party poodle, Pooki, and my Yorki-Poo, Punkin, from the mid-80s. They were only six months apart but you can tell from the picture that Punkin was probably only around three months old at the time I caught them in the open fridge! Don’t worry, that’s not the food I feed my animals today!