Cee’s Weekly Wrap October 29, 2016 and WPC-Transmogrify

I am hoping you all are having a great weekend!  There is still have plenty of time get your entries into all my challenges for this week.  I’m sure the bloggers who I featured would appreciate your comments too.

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A van that has been transformed.

Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Transmogrify. Hope every has a great weekend.

Monday – Share Your World 2016 Week #43

See how everyone answered this week’s questions.

  1. What are you really glad you did yesterday?
  2. Would you prefer a one floor house or multiple levels?
  3. Have you done something you truly want to do today?
  4. What plans did you have as a teenager that didn’t happen? Are you happy it didn’t work out that way?

Tuesday – Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge:  Houses and/or Barns

There are still a couple days to get your entries in for the CFFC topic.

Featured Bloggers

Next Tuesday’s topic will be Commercial or Industrial Buildings.

Wednesday – Cee’s Which Way Challenge – October 26, 2016

This challenge is all about capturing the roads, walks, trails, rails, steps, etc. we move from one place to another on.  You can walk on them, climb them, drive them, ride on them, as long as the specific way is visible.  Any angle of a bridge is acceptable as are any signs.

There are still a few days to get your entries in for the CWW topic.

Featured Bloggers

  1. This is Another Story
  2. Attuned Photography
  3. lunanista
  4. Chronicles of An Anglo Swiss
  5. Lifelessons – a blog by Judy Dykstra-Brown

Thursday – Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge:  Looking Through A Window

There are still a few days to get your entries in for the CB&K topic.

Featured Bloggers

Next week’s theme will have a new post for with the topic is Things Made Out of Plastic.

Friday – Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge:  2016 Week #43

You still have nearly a week to join in on this week’s COB challenge.

There is never a theme to COB challenge.  Odd Ball’s are those great photos that you take which really don’t seem to fit into a common category.

Featured Bloggers 

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Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Transmogrify.  Chris reminded me that I was able to meet a window painter artist.  He also was more than happy to let me photograph is van.

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Window painter, a person who transforms windows.
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The sign on the right side is asking for donations. He still has a lot of plans for his van.
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I adore this view with the van door open, a peek into a painter’s life.
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Don’t those eyes get you. In this lighting the eyes match the windshield. Notice the storage box he has for his ladders.
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Back view of van. I could stare at this all day long.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

44 Comments

  1. I don’t wish to be a kill-joy, but even a little fender bender in that rolling funhouse would be a big deal. Does insurance cover that? I bet not. I love your pictures, but I think the van is hideous.

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  2. When I saw everyone writing to this prompt, I tried to figure out where I’d just seen the word “transmogrify.” I knew I’d used come across it recently and realized for the first time that it is “transmogrify” and not “transmorgify,” which is what I’ve been thinking for the 60 years since I first read the word. It is just now, after seeing all your fabulous photos, that I remembered that it was a word I’d filled in on a crossword puzzle yesterday as I was eating dinner alone in a restaurant. I haven’t had time to do a crossword puzzle in years, so what a coincidence that this word would pop up twice in two days–in the puzzle and the prompt. Now I need to write to the prompt. It’s a signal from the universe.

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      1. Ha. Or frommy brain… When I was little, I read so much that much of my vocabulary came from reading words I never heard in daily life. Occasionally one still pops up that I’ve pronounced incorrectly my whole life. Or, as in this case, that I had a bit wrong.

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