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October 22 PastSquares – 2021 Top

This is my entry for Becky’s October PastSquares challenge. On the bottom of this post I have a list of Becky’s 16 topics she’s used in the past four years.

This is the 11th of Becky’s past challenges and the topic is Top. Here are some Tops which I took this year.

In this first set of photos, the tree top kept getting lower until there was no more tree. This is the tree that a big branch almost fell on our house during the ice storm. It was nice to see it come down.

Top of a fence in Canby, Oregon.
This is the top of a cell phone tower in Canby. I think it looks a little dorky. The photo below shows the entire tree. Sorry, Becky, this one is not square.

The various themes Becky used in the past are:

  1. Flowers
  2. Sky
  3. Circles & Squares
  4. Roofs
  5. In the Pink
  6. Time
  7. Spiky
  8. Blue
  9. Lines
  10. Words containing the word ‘light’
  11. Top
  12. Perspectives
  13. Kinda
  14. Up
  15. Bright
  16. Trees

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.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

3 replies »

  1. oh the rectangle is essential to put the penultimate one in perspective – what a phone tower! and as for the first few squares, they are a brilliant topping 😀

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