With the new spring growth, this small but thriving pine tree is really very healthy. Just look at the vibrancy of the green against the pine straw background. Also, it doesn’t hurt to have the morning sun peeking through the trees to light up the young branches.
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Today’s Tuesday Photo Challenge is to find a picture with the colors Red, Green, and Blue. I went back to our trip to Copenhagen and the Queens favorite Summer Residence – Fredensborg in Northern Zealand.
This first photo is on the street/plaza walking up to the residence:
The second photo is of one of the palace guards. The guard house behind the soldier is a dark red (currently in shadow). You can also see the scarlet piping in the uniform.
Thanks again to Frank Jansen for sponsoring his weekly photo challenge for the past year. Follow this link to his blog ‘Dutch goes the Photo!‘ to see all of the RGB entries.
The mystery: What is this object and where is it located?
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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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It is definitely morning in North Carolina. Seeing Frank’s weekly challenge was about ‘Morning’, I decided to go outside and see what the morning had to offer. Here is a picture of the street in front of our house looking east toward the sunrise. The sun is behind some clouds, which allowed for this picture:
A few minutes later, the sun peeked out and I was able to get the long shadows of the trees in our front yard spreading across our front lawn and onto the house:
Then I decided to capture my own long shadow:
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This week Frank Jansen is challenging us to post photos with the theme ‘Forward’. You can find Frank’s entry and those of the other participants by clicking through to his blog ‘Dutch goes the Photo!‘.
I have three entries for this challenge. The first is from St. Maarten:
The second is from St. Lucia:
And the third is from our local Veterans Day parade last year.
Here is my entry for this week’s Tuesday Photo Challenge hosted by Frank Jansen at ‘Dutch goes the Photo!‘ I took this picture before we went on our cruise. The unusually warm February weather brought out these beautiful flowering trees lining the driveway at a local farm/ranch.
Here is week two of the North Carolina Zoo on a warm Sunday afternoon in February.
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That is me in the middle. The middle son (circa early 1950’s).
Those are not Tommy Hilfiger stripes on the shirts. The shirts were probably on sale at Montgomery Ward’s children’s department. Sorry if I am dating myself, but those were good times. If you were good, you got your one bicycle at Christmas when you were 9 or 10 years old and you made it last until you learned to drive your family car (singular, not plural).
Remember the old red Coca Cola signs? Remember getting good ice cream at the local Howard Johnson’s restaurant? Probably not, because most of you were not yet born.
(Picture Credit: Brighton Allston Historical Society at http://www.bahistory.org)
Growing up, we had one rotary dial phone in the house that was a party line with one or more of our neighbors. Our phone number was HE6-0997. HE stood for Hemlock. There were no area codes at that time.
There was no such thing as a ‘play date’. Our mother told us to go play outside. We didn’t come home until my father whistled us home for dinner. There was always something to do, some place to explore, some trouble to find. That is when our bicycles came in handy.
This challenge is sponsored by Frank Jansen at the blog ‘Dutch goes the photo!‘. Follow the link to find other nostalgic entries for this week.
Only one image came to mind for this challenge:
Then the thought struck me that my twin granddaughters were actually mirror twins, so why not show both?
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