This week, Jennifer has chosen Hummingbird as her word of the week. I have a couple of hummingbird photos that I took recently after borrowing a friend’s older Canon DSLR to play around with. I’m afraid most of my shots came out blurry. But I’d like to say it’s because the hummingbird wouldn’t hold still and the camera was sooo heavy and ….. Besides, I wasn’t ready….. Would you believe the rope was bobbing? Fine, I’m going back to my iPhone5! 😛
Jennifer Nichole Wells sponsors the One Word Photo Challenge. This week the word is Giraffe!
There are a couple of challenges this past week with the theme of FRIEND, The Daily Post and One Word Photo Challenge. There are so many ways to portray this theme. I chose to show how “friendly” we all are at my house! 😉
How can I not participate in these! I have so many cat pictures to be shared.
This week’s word is BED!
I posted this picture once before quite some time ago but wasn’t focused on the bed so much! Okay, maybe it’s still not focused on the bed so much!
This next picture is not focused so much on the bed either! A few years ago, I began teaching myself how to crochet. The blanket in this photo was my third crochet project (and to date, my last). I’m hoping to get back to it. Since we now live in an area that has a winter with cold weather, there are numerous items that could be made and soon time to make them!
This picture is just to show my muse for the colors for the blanket.
And last but not least, we have one of our winter flower beds. This is along a walkway from the drive to the porch. Maybe some of you plant people might recognize something and be able to enlighten me! There is a green bush in the bottom corner, followed by a rose bush (which looks completely dead to me but that may just be what they do), followed by a different green bush, followed by some kind of dormant (hopefully not dead) large curving branches bush, followed by what was a small strawberry patch. I’m anxious to see what, if any, blooms come out this spring. I’m probably repeating myself here, but I’ve been told that the flowers and trees are just gorgeous around here in the spring. So, come on spring! Bring on those colors!