I saw it on the grapevine

A Natal Green Snake ascends the grapevine, keeping an eye on me as I photograph it through the window.

a través de I saw it on the grapevine — letting nature back in

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There up

In response to the weekly challenge Ascend

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Naughty Smiley

In response to the weekly challenge Cheeky

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Serene beauty

In response to the weekly challenge Serene

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It just takes time

Be reminded. A caterpillar turns into a butterfly, A grain of sand, into a pearl, Coal into diamonds. Have you thought about that drop of rain that becomes a canyon? Be patient, you aren’t done yet. WPC: Transformation

a través de It Just Takes Time — Wind Kisses

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Sunset silhouettes

Sunset seekers in Santa Monica.

a través de Sunset Silhouettes — Jane Lurie Photography

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Transformation: From wheat to bread

In response to the weekly challenge Transformation

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Icecream Transformation: from water to heaven

In response to the weekly challenge Transformation

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Even the gods can be experimental

This jazzily bedecked ant may be experimental with his appearance, but there was a greater experiment made with ants in the days of the Trojan War. The Greek island of Aegina was afflicted by a plague and the population was severely depleted. In desperation, King Aeacus prayed to Jupiter to repopulate the island. The king […]

a través de Even the gods can be experimental — Travel with Intent

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Painting

The Fish Dance – schooling fish watercolor painting Experimenting with water painting – paint with sea water and sun dry. No problems with brushes, no weird pigment changes, salt water blue paint, a fun-filled new unusual painting experience 🙂 miniature stone painting Experimental

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Experimental musicoffee

In response to the weekly challenge Experimental

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In a San Francisco minute

“To collect photographs is to collect the world.” ~Susan Sontag

a través de In A San Francisco Minute — Jane Lurie Photography

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Zasssssssssssss Peek from my window

Yes, my own weekly challenge Peek

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Christmas Peek

In response to the weekly challenge Peek

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The quadrature of the circle

In Aikido, a harmonic way of martial arts, we say: “To change the angularity to roundness…” We will become more soft. In architecture also we can find examples where angled elements build a composition to rounded expression, look: And in movement: […]

a través de The quadrature of the circle — Experimental Improvements

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A welcoming glow

Tucked away in a little side street near Piazza di Santa Croce, Florence, we found this little shop full of all things Pinocchio. I vaguely knew that the little character was Italian, but it seems that Geppetto the woodcarver created him in a village near Florence. Doesn’t the shop have a lovely glow?

a través de A welcoming glow — Lucid Gypsy

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Glow flowers

In response to the weekly challenge Glow

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Two lights

golden hour bliss There are two kinds of light – the glow that illuminates, and the glare that obscures. James Thurber

a través de WPC: Glow — Snapshots: Styles And Smiles

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Is there enough time?

I didn’t have my boots. But luckily I didn’t need them this time. There was no aqua alta. No water came up onto the streets, squares and court yards like I had witnessed when I visited Venice a few years ago for work. However, major flooding, covering almost 15% of the city, now occurs about four […]

a través de Allure of the Sinking City. — TINY LESSONS BLOG

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The stone scale

In response to this week’s WPC: Scale I took this photo during my Stonehenge Tour in England and although not the most striking post ever, I thought placing the stone between my forefinger and thumb changes the perspective and the mystery this huge magnificent stone circle is known for. ©jodiepages 2017. All Rights Reserved. […]

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