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Lens-Artists Challenge #129 and Sunday Stills Challenges

Here is my entry for Tina’s of Lens-Artists Photo A Week Challenge with the topic of Favorite IMages of 2020.

This is also my entry for Sunday Stills Challenge with the Topic Your 2020 #Retrospective.

This has not been a stellar for me photographically. I’m a flower photographer. I talke most of my flowers either in my yard or in flower farms and fields. Most of the fields were closed this year due to Covid.

Robin our front yard in January.

Fresh Daffodils from my yard.

A blossom on my magnolia tree in March.

Dogwood blossom in April.

A peony at Adelman’s Peony Gardens in May.

Daylily in June.

Blowing bubbles in our yard in July.

Dahlia fields and new norm in August.

September fiery sky, outside my office window.

September fiery sky, outside my office window.

October at the Wildlife Safari in Winston, Oregon,

December early morning, Canby, Oregon.

I’ve put together a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.

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  1. There are some beauties here, Cee. You did a great job on the year. That Robin is lovely and would work very well for Jude’s colour challenge. πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚


  2. Such beautiful images in which to highlight your year, Cee. The September sky is incredible from all the smoke. Love the dogwoods, too and plan to plant a couple in our new yard. You are such a talented photographer that you could photograph the phone book and make it look stunning 😍

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  3. Very nice photos Cee. I especially like the bird, and the dogs with the bubble! And having followed you this past year, it all fits. Now, here’s hoping for great things in 2021!


  4. Beautifully done Cee – and yes, I thought our challenge and Terri’s were well matched for a double hit this week πŸ™‚. So many beautiful flowers but my favorites were the crane (I’m immensely jealous of that one! Dying to see them some day) and of course the fiery sky, but also the foggy landscape. Lovely work especially considering the difficulty of the year. Here’s to much improvement in 2021 for all of us.


  5. Cee, what a lovely collection ! I love how you capture colours be it the daffodil yellow on the white or the startling dogwood pinks or even the bubble snap . Then there is the sky. Your pictures of the orange skies took me back in time . I’m happy the past is in the past and we have 2021 to make up for it. Best wishes for a great year, Cee.


    • If you lived through the fiery skies like that, I can see where it brought memories back. Let’s all keep it in the past and move on to better days.


  6. Ah the flower queen again, Cee! Your photography is stunning as always – this time I specially admire your daffodils on the piano. Amazing composition that really hit me – yellow, black and white. And I must chime in with many others – the girls with the big bubble is a lovely portrait – of personality too…
    Looking at the two photos taken when the fires were close…I wish for you to never have that again.
    The dogwood is marvelous – i wonder if they would manage in my garden?
    Wishes for a Better New Year!


    • I’m so glad you shared your post with me. I’m about 40 minutes south of Portland, but you may already know that. I’m happy you like my blog. Please feel free to join in my challenge (or any other challenge). I’d love to learn more about you and see your world through you photography.


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