I dug into my archives for this photo from Yellowstone National Park. The theme this week is ‘Broken’. Take a look at all of the broken tree trunks scattered over this hill overlooking the river. They look like scattered pickup sticks.
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Here is week two of the North Carolina Zoo on a warm Sunday afternoon in February.
Come join in the weekly fun at Narami’s ‘De Monte Y Mar‘ blog. This challenge is really a great deal of fun.
Here is my first entry into the Black & White Sunday challenge sponsored by the Lost in Translation blog. I have two photos from Ketchikan, Alaska. The first is a seascape and the second is picture looking down into the waters of this beautiful bay.
We are rapidly approaching President’s Day (some crazy amalgam of Washington’s and Lincoln’s Birthday) so I thought this would be appropriate.
We had an 80 degree day on February 12th in our area of North Carolina so we decided to go to the North Carolina Zoo:
It is the larges zoo in the USA when measured by acreage and has two sections: North America; and Africa. It being the middle of winter, we decided that most of the African exhibits would be closed, so we visited the North America section this time.
Here are just a couple of my photos with some great texture.
Tuesdays of Texture is a feature of the blog site ‘De Monte Y Mar‘ hosted by Narami. Follow the link to see other entries in this weekly challenge.
My ‘Doors to Nowhere’ shot was meant to catch your eye. There was obviously some kind of second story walkway with railing on this building in the past. If you stepped out of these doors today, you would find yourself in or through the awning below.
From here, let’s go to St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, which has some beautiful red doors:
Now for a few random doors around the city:
Many thanks to Norm Frampton at ‘Norm 2.0‘ for sponsoring this weekly challenge. Follow the link to see some wonderful pictures of St. Georges Anglican Church in downtown Montreal. From there you can follow the blue frog link to all of the many other wonderful Thursday Door entries.
Trees at Mount Rushmore
Stop over to Becca Givens’ blog ‘On Dragonfly Wings with Buttercup Tea‘ to see all of this week’s entries in the Sunday Trees challenge.
Good morning my friends. Welcome to February 2017. The year of the Rooster.
I promised several of my followers a post from our trip to Badlands National Park in South Dakota. Well, Tuesdays of Texture seems to be an appropriate venue for this post. I have 20 pictures from the 50+ shots I took that I would like to share. My featured image is the last of these 20 photos chronologically but it has overwhelming texture.
Feel free to skim through the photos and let me know what you think and which is your favorite.
As always, many thanks to Narami at De Monte Y Mar for sponsoring this weekly challenge. Why not hop over to her blog and join in on the fun.