In line with being an oddball…
What do you get when you cross Levi Strauss and Miss Black-eyed Susan?
Susan Strauss, of course!
SORRY, BUT I WARNED YOU!
Step on over to Cee’s for more on her Odd Ball Challenge. Just click on the icon below. 🙂
There’s a super park in Cherry Hill, NJ where I bring my little ‘charges‘. It’s a quick stroll down the road a piece and makes for some pretty fun photo opportunities. Apparently, the community has set up a garden in Barclay Farmstead. I see people every so often, tending to their own little corner of their gardening world – straw hats on heads, tiny spades in hand. This is the first year I’ve had the chance to see the flowers and veggies in full bloom. Some are cared for more diligently than others, but it’s a fabulous site to see, nonetheless. Last week I spotted, hidden among the flowers, the last of this seasons plump, juicy Jersey tomatoes. I walked the perimeter to see if there was a way to get a closer look but, for good reason I suppose, there was a gate, and it was locked. More than anything else that I could see, there were lots and lots of flowers.
Approaching the garden
Getting closer to those ripe tomatoes!
I can’t get in! But it appears that this guy, hidden in the flora and vegetation, did…
Hidden in the garden
And now, he can’t get out!
Hidden in plain sight
His body language screams frustration! I hope he at least gets to taste some of those rosy tomatoes. Jersey has the best!
Click to get to Ailsa‘s ‘hidden’ challenge at where’s my backpack. 🙂
One shot, two ways. Love it! This is an opportunity to see a crazy number of photos and to learn from the experience of other bloggers (I won’t say other photographers because I haven’t earned the right to be included in that category.) , Professional or novice, there’s plenty to be said for both.
Welcome to my home – or at least two sides of it.
Click on the icon to see more of Cheri Lucas Rowlands’ post on One Shot, Two Ways. Explore the entries and you decide which shot is the best.
If you’re interested in finding out more about this weeks challenge, photographer, Jeff Sinon, talks about finding the best shot here.
Thanks for visiting. 🙂
For this week’s challenge, I‘d love to use all the colorful spring flowers growing hither and yon, BUT THERE AREN’T ANY! Well hardly any. This forced me to go on a color treasure hunt. Spring will pop electric soon enough – I suppose. Here’s a mix of some of last year’s flowers and a few other items out of the crayon box.
gnomes for the garden
colorful chick-fil-a coffee cup – cute!
actually one of this year’s bright beauties
rainbow Easter eggs from the Marlton Diner in NJ
a few blue jellies
variations on a purple theme
sun and succulents at Bob’s Gardening Center in Cardiff, NJ
last year’s red
a plethora of nemos
garden globes also at Bob’s Garden Center
crocus peeking out of a tree trunk
just plain colorful
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