Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Water

I had a marvelous response from all of you on last week theme of ground.  Thanks everyone you always amaze and delight me.  I’m proud to announce our featured bloggers this week. Their posts really grabbed my attention. Please check out their posts and congratulate them. Maybe you will be chosen next week.

022414-feature-bannerFeatured Bloggers

MyGuiltyPleasures – Wonderful perspective on all photos.

Miscellaneous Eclectica – There is something special about this photo.

Traveller’s Tree – Such a great variety of grounds.

Leya – Some of the most interesting rock formations I’ve seen.

Ground Rules – I adore Lynne’s last photo of the rocks,  I see prehistoric dinosaur eggs.

Edge of the Forest – These photos just make me want to hike along that road and see what is next.

Mother Earth Series:  Water

Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon.
Columbia River in Astoria, Oregon.

This current series is all about our glorious mother earth and nature.  I hope you have a lot of fun finding nature animals for this week.  I’m anxious to see what you all come up with.  You may have noticed that I added Floral Macros to this series, it was suggested by Serendipty.  I’m also writing a two part series on my Tips and Tricks specifically for floral macros, see my first post here and this coming Friday I will write the second post.

The Next Series – Geometry

  • Things with Edges
  • Cooked & Squiggly Lines
  • Straight Lines
  • Squares and Angles
  • Circles and Curves

How It Works?

Most weeks I will come up with a topic. Feel free to write me with things you want to learn about.
Go through you photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or better yet grab you camera and take a new photo!

ENJOY and have FUN.

Create a Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge Post

  1. Then add a link to your blog in my comment box.
  2. To make it easy for others to check out your photos and post, title your blog post “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge” tag.
  3. Remember to Follow My Blog to get your weekly reminders.
  4. I usually will respond to your entry on your blog, rather than on my page.

Please check out my Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge to check out more of what this challenge is about.

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If you adore challenges as much as I do, please check out WordPress’s Blog Event Listing for other challenges.

My Entry for the Week

Rain on a leaf
Rain on a leaf
Pacific Ocean
Pacific Ocean
Rain on a rose.
Rain on a rose.
Pudding River, Canby, Oregon.
Pudding River, Canby, Oregon.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

 

173 Comments

  1. Wow, that ocean wave – I have loads of water … images from Istanbul – will be back with my entry. Thanks for the “special pick” this week.

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  2. The turquoise in the photo of the Pacific Ocean is just stunning, Cee! And the macros of the leaf and the rose – love these. I’ve never tried my hand at macro photography, but am definitely interested in doing so at some point 🙂

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  3. Great shots, Cee – I love them all, but return to that Pacific wave – gorgeous! Thank you for choosing my blog from the Ground entries! I’m very grateful knowing how many very good entries you have. I’ll recover from my trip with the students and will try something on Water from this journey…

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  4. Finally got my act together, Cee, to follow one of your challenges which I love, but always seem to miss. Some of these shots you’ll have seen before, but I think they’re worth another view – on the Congo River courtesy of Graham’s archive: http://wp.me/pKVAM-Iz

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  5. Pingback: Water | @vannilla
      1. In lots of places in India, there is a hole in the floor where you stand as marked. They have a tiny hose that is there for clean-up. We took toilet paper with us wherever we went, because we are used to that. While traveling, it is imperative to take the TP. At the university they had toilets we were used to and TP. Traveling is all about adapting to things. Part of the charm is facing new ways of doing things, but none of us were willing to give up TP!

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        1. I have some friends who have migrated from India and they’ve been here about 18 years now. When they went back to India for a long trip with their boys (both school age) they brought their own TP too.

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          1. Finding a store where it was sold was at the top of our shopping list in first few days. It was available at both malls so that was a relief . Malls were a Rickshaw ride away but doable and everybody planned ahead or borrowed, remembering to repay! Serious situation! 😎

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  6. Hi, Cee. I’m back, at diabeticredemption2.com. As a favor to me, would you please reblog my latest post, so people can find me? I am signing back up for Share Your World — I can’t wait to get started! Thanks so much for your help.

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      1. Thanks for your suggestion — I’m now following you, and I am so looking forward to participating in SYW. BTW, these photos are gorgeous — you continue to grow and add complexity to your photos!

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