__ I started this post for Tina Schell’s Lens-Artists’ theme of “TAKING A BREAK” earlier this month (here) – I did not have a chance to finish it – so here it is today. Doesn’t that tree look like it is resting – and taking a break?? __ As many readers know – a lot … More Sunday Trees (Tips for Resting and Square Breathing Technique)
Hello Readers, June 2019 is time for digital decluttering and a bit of a blog pause. __ Back in February 2017, a Priorhouse blog pause post featured 33 leftover “Street Shots” (here). So…. decided to share some street shots for today’s post. Also, It is Sunday and so adding in tree photos that need to leaf, I mean … More 21 Street Shots and Sunday Trees
The theme for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge (here) relates to five elements: Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth Amy invites us to “interpret metal, wood, water, fire, and earth with your favorite photos to express ‘the only home we’ve ever known’. Feel free to choose one, two… or all five elements.” My take: Combining Sunday … More Metal, Wood, Water, Fire, and Earth (Lens-Artists 47, #OWS, Sunday Trees)
Hello Readers. Happy Sunday to you. My theme for this post is “Finding a Lift from Nature” First – some trees. As many readers know, during May 2019 I am featuring some of Emily Dickinson’s poetry. Archives are HERE Today’s poem share is A Bird Came Down the Walk. The number for this poem is … More Finding a Lift from Nature (A Bird Came Down the Walk poem by Emily Dickinson)
Hello Readers, One Word Sunday is MEMORY. Here is my take: This same setting also connects to this week’s Sunday Trees. I hope everyone is enjoying their Easter Holiday. Did you know that The Shawshank Redemption is a good movie to watch on Easter. The movie has hope, redemption, life, death, etc. And so this … More Shawshank Redemption Kinda Easter (Sunday Trees & OWS)
Hello Readers. One Word Sunday is CONFUSED. Here is my entry: Now, connecting to Sunday Trees, let’s wind down with some final Lady by the River book thoughts. Did you know…. This book idea was BIRTHED IN FLORIDA? So here is a Florida palm tree with a quote from the book: Did you know…. This … More One Word Sunday and SUNDAY TREES (Lady by the River Post 10 of 10)
Sunday Trees #377 priorhouse blog 2019 . . . . . .
Hello – joining with Sunday trees today. these are all the trees I saw in one afternoon in December: . My mother-n-law’s Christmas tree: How many trees have you seen in one day? Circle https://beccagivens.wordpress.com/2018/12/09/sunday-trees-369/ . . .
This post is to join in with Becca Givens’ Sunday Trees But it is not just any ol’ Sunday. This week, Becca’s challenge for Sunday Trees is celebrating its 7th Anniversary Wow – 364 weeks and she is still going strong. Many thanks to Becca for her time and effort as the host for this challenge. … More Sunday Trees #364 (Happy 7th Anniversary)
Hello Readers, Today’s photographs feature fences for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge (here). I was taking a small blog break – but when I peeked at Leya’s Lens-Aritst post, it was moving. Leya had photos from around the world, which included her favs of stone, then a variety, which included a “saw” fence and a colorful hydrangea … More Fences & Thoughts on Speaking Up ( Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #10)
Hello friends – yes, another post for today – was on my way out and had to share a quick Sunday Trees post (joining in with Becca’s Trees #350) Happy Sunday . . . . . . . . .
REBLOG of an old post from 2014 __ I was looking outside yesterday at the privacy trees we quickly planted along the back fence. I was amazed at how one of the tall Maples still has most of its crumpled fall leaves. Here it is…. late winter…. and the leaves are STILL hanging on each branch. Maybe … More The Last Leaf (Mr. Caldarelli and van Gogh art)