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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Sense of Touch

This is called a straw burst flower. The petals actually feel like stay. You would never know it by looking at it though.

This is called a straw burst flower. The petals actually feel like straw. You would never know it by looking at it though.

This is our third week of a new series that I am calling a Habits and the 5 Senses.

This week’s topic is the colors of the sense of touching or feeling.  This week you can post anything that stimulates or delights you sense of touch.  It can be thorns on a rose, a soft baby’s face or tree bark.   Be creative and have fun. Feel free to dig around in your archives for photos if you don’t have anything new you can photograph.   Most of all I hope you have fun.

Featured Bloggers

022414-feature-bannerI had a marvelous response from all of you on last week’s color are Sense of Seeing. I want to say thank you to each of you.  Here are the featured bloggers for this week.  Their posts really grabbed my attention. They are all worthy of a second or third look.

Mittened Hands

Jaspa’s Journal

iPictureThis

Aloada Bobbins

Momus News

… On Pets and Prisoners …

Maddy at Home

XingfuMama

Destination T

Current Series –  Habits and our 5 Senses

  • Habits
  • Sense of Seeing 
  • Sense of Touching
  • Sense of Hearing – What sounds do you like to hear.
  • Sense of Tasting – What tastes good (or bad) to you.
  • Sense of Smelling – What smells good (or bad) to you.

The Next Series – All About Man Made Things

  • Anything Man Made
  • Graffiti & Murals
  • Hats
  • Telephones – new, cell, vintage, etc.
  • Anything Painted – from a bird feeder to peeling paint

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.

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

The thorns of a rose.

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Tree trunk bark.090815cffc_1

 

Straw Brust flower.

This is called a straw burst flower. The petals actually feel like stay. You would never know it by looking at it though.

 

Soft sheen of a vintage car.

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I don’t know if I would want to sit, let along touch these chair seats.090815cffc_4Qi (energy) hugs,

Cee

108 replies »

  1. OMG I’m featured!! Thank you so much, I’m honoured!!

    And I love the picture of the thorns of rose. I unconsciously rub my index finger’s tip as if I’m prickled! 😀

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  2. The thorne of the rose is so beautiful Cee, and the car I would love to touch 🙂
    And thank you very much for featuring my blogpost. I am very happy and honoured.

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  3. Reblogged this on Aloada Bobbins and commented:
    Excitement! I’ve been chosen as a Featured Blogger on Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge 🙂 Please go check out the other blogs featured – some super entries!

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  6. I don’t know how I missed your picture of the rose and thorns before, but it is fabulous! Did you add it later? I remembered the one of the bark being the featured photo and thinking it was the epitomy of a photo for the sense of touch. But the rose. Ouch! Rough,Ragged & to the Point: Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge Sense of Touch | lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

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      • It kind of worries me. Every time I look for the salad dressing lately, I look for about 5 minutes and eventually find it right in front of my eyes in the door where I put it so I wouldn’t have to search for it the next time–that spot I’ve looked at a dozen times in the past five minutes. It’s like things become invisible. They are not lost, like the keys or my glasses. They are right in plain sight. Just invisible!!

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          • Especially my new rimless glasses. I love how easily they rest on my nose and face–weightless. Problem is they are also invisible and the fact that they are weightless often causes me to look for them when I’m actually wearing them! Ah the comedies of our later years.

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  7. My entry is only of things I enjoy touching. My responses to your photos bring out such a range of emotions. Your post certainly is a great teaching tool. Thank you.

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