And yet another challenge has come to my attention. There is absolutely no way I can keep up with all these challenges, as much as I want to, but ya just get sucked in. Ya know? So where I can, I try to post, and as long as it’s more fun than work, I’ll do what I can. Like I’ve said before, “If only there were 48 hours in a day…”
Cee has taken over this Window Challenge from Sandra Connor. Somehow, this one got by me, but I’m on it now.
I have been looking for a reason to post this photo, for – if you know me or are even the least bit observant – obvious reasons. I passed by this window display several times and finally was able to make a quick right, then left into a nearby driveway. The neighborhood is always busseling and it’s so hard to find a spot to stop. When I got the chance, I took it. Right, left, park, click, post. I love this shot. I hope you ‘like’ it. “:-)
The windows look like they can stand a little scrubbing, but, sometimes, you just need to overlook the grunge. 🙂
There are more windows to look through at Cee’s. Stop by.
I “like” it! Actually both of them. I already overlooked the grunge before you even said it was there! They’re both very YOU!
Glad you ‘do’ :-). One is out my front window. One is not :-(. If I was artsy, fartsy I’d be able to make that giant peace sign. I missed the boat…
I agree about all the challenges. It does not help when one’s Internet service is also painfully slow and posting anything takes ages 😦
Keeping up with all the challenges is impossible. Maybe the solution is to be selective and respond only to those that especially appeal to the blogger.
I did enjoy your window photos. It was worth all the effort to stop and get a pic!
That’s exactly it! Do it because it appeals and applies to yourself. And, because it is fun. I want to take photos. I want to write. I want to have fun. What’s wrong with just doing that?
Thanks for the visit and the verification, Madoqua. 😉
love the photos, especially the peace sign, unique..I hear you on all the challenges, not enough hours in the day..M
Thanks, Mary. Especially when you’re living it up in Equador 😉
The peace sign is very cool but I actually like the top one best. Is that your window?
Ooops never mind, just read your comment, it is our your window. Love the lines. Thanks for playing along. 🙂
That is a great window. My feline’s fave. I noticed I credited Cee in error. As fabulous as she is, I am sorry that I did that. I will try not to be such a computer/blogger/challenge moron the next time I post. I am going back to look at Cee’s post and find out where I went wrong. For a retired teacher, I’m not much of a reader!! (WHAT A DOPE!) I already sent an apology, but again, AHHHHHHH! I am so sorry. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
No problem. You are actually not even the only one to do that. haha. Glad to have you along. (Love your profile pic btw it makes me smile)
I see where I went wrong. I clicked on a link that was in Cee’s post and, due to senility on my part, I forgot I left her post. I need more sleep.
These are fun! Love the geometry!
HaHa! Geometry! Some teacher, somewhere would be proud. 🙂
I know what you mean about the challenges – but they are such fun to do. And I enjoy looking at what other people come up with 🙂
Exactly! Fun and looking at what others come up with. You learn so much and it’s so enjoyable. Thanks for stopping by, Colline. I enjoy reading your stories. Sometimes I’m not sure if it’s real or just great spinnings of a tale. 🙂
Many are spinning tales; but some are of my own experiences. Often for the writing challenges I veer into the world of the imagination 🙂
Well your imagination knows no bounds 😉
I love the cropping on your first photo. And your second one is just fun!
Thanks, Cee. It’s ALL fun! -)
Great shots there !
I am reminded of all the Peace Movements way back with women camping out for years at Greenham Common with the second window !!!
Like your Diamond View 🙂
I don’t know about Greenham Common. I’ll have to look that up, but thanks for liking my view 🙂
these are cool Gemma…love that first one
That’s actually the one my cat, Phoenix, likes best too.:-)
Has he told you why Gemma he prefers that one.
Birds in the trees 🙂
That first shot is very Zen.
Zen! Love that, Allan. Thanks!
Aren’t Photo Challenges fun? They fill the gap for me with Winter weather curtailing my outside photography. Sometimes I can get material from inside activities like art museums or malls but in the meantime. I’m happy to match up my existing photos to meet challenges. Thanks for participating & blogging on these challenges. – Bob
The are SUCH fun. I love seeing my stuff on line 🙂 and I love seeing other people’s work. Helpful comments are my favorite because I am trying to better my photography skills. Thanks for stopping by, Bob. Your photos are some of my favorites.
You’re so very welcome. I sometimes hesitate in giving specific advice because you never know how people will react. I try & make suggestion rather than dictate it’s my way or you’re wrong. I’ve been doing this a very long time and know the most efficient way to get the job done. I’m glad you enjoy my blog as I do yours. If I didn’t I wouldn’t be following(stalking) you. LOL
Talented and a sense of humor.
The renaissance man. 🙂
Great peace window, Gemma. Did someone say something about 48 hours in a day? Yes Please! 😆
Thanks, Sylvia. I think your day must have 48 hours in it with all you do 🙂
Love that peace sign. 😉
Thanks, Eliz. And thanks for all your comments. You definitely did some catching up. I appreciate it, but please don’t feel obligated. I know it’s hard to keep up. G