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Weekly Photo Challenge: Peaceful

What better symbol of peace than a dove?

Peacefulness. Yoga people can invoke it at will, but I kind of enjoy the surprise of a natural-onset state of peace.

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Update to Weekly Photo Challenge: Winter

This is what happens when you tempt fate.

Sorry, Gang. It looks like I spoke too soon and jinxed the mild precipitation-free weather we have been having. The photo above was taken about a day after posting my previous post.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Winter

Some "the-cup-is-half-full types" go ice fishing in the winter — I've never been one of those guys. I don't even want to go out and take photos of them any more!

Winter. Here we go again!
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Breakfast

A scene from HoaiPhai's wine dungeon.

Truly breakfast is the most important drink of the whole day.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Wonder

The wonder of the beauty of a flowers intricate structure and colour.

“Wonder” can mean to ponder, or that which is pondered. Scientists, artists, philosophers, and craftsmen all wonder about truths and ways to realize dreams.
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows

Kind of a prophetic theme for The Challenge this week… Windows.

I’ve been having a lot of trouble with my computer for the past month or so. In its old age it had been getting harder and harder to turn it on and then last week it just wouldn’t do anything more than make an “urr-URR-uur… tink” sound. One of my superpowers is knowing when women have had enough of my company, so I applied this knowledge to the fine art of computer troubleshooting. Continue reading


Weekly Photo Challenge: Hidden

Stump in the Water (not a Deep Purple song).

While out at a pond with my family, I was intrigued by all the life and activity just below the surface of the water around this inert stump but I was being called to join the rest of the people I was with so I didn’t take the time to put a polarizer on the lens. As is often the case, what I thought would be a “good enough” picture just wasn’t after I uploaded the day’s images to my computer and took a closer look. So I decided to do some tweaking.
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