Photos of the Week

I had so much fun with this week's photo prompts!  I am getting quite adept at changing out my camera lens and using my bigger camera at least 90% of the time now.  


 – Collection I don't have many collections but I do love to collect crafting supplies... I am just drawn to the colors! 



– Yellow (I bought myself a lovely bouquet of flowers this week and I just love these sunny yellow flowers)



– Tiny (How can something as tiny as a snowflake create such havoc?) 




– Photographer’s Choice (I snapped this quick photo of the covered bridge my husband helped his grandfather build years ago when my husband was in high school)


– Photographer’s Choice I thought these icicles growing UP the rock were just too neat not to share. 




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Comments

  1. You are really becoming a talented photographer! I love the picture of the bridge.

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  2. Amazing pictures! I am obsessed with covered bridges... So beautiful!

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    1. I love them too! We have lots of them scattered around New England.

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  3. Love that covered bridge! It reminds me of many happy trips we made to new England years ago,

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    1. Thank you! It is very quintessential New England.

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  4. Such great pictures! Love the bridge your husband helped build! And the marker colors are so pretty and beautifully photographed!
    Love your idea for "tiny"!

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  5. Ohhhh, love the photos you took for these prompts! I have been thinking about them and hoping to still join in this week, but the yellow and tiny are stumping me. You are so right about those tiny snowflakes... how can they do SO much?!?!?

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    1. Thank you! I try not to overthink the various prompts but sometimes they do really stump me too.

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  6. Great question about the snowflakes being tiny and causing a mess, lol! Love your DOF on the markers!

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  7. Great pictures! The icicles growing up the rock are neat. It's always so interesting to see how things look with ice covering them!

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    1. Thanks! I though it was so odd to see icicles growing UP!

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  8. Your husband helped his grandfather build a covered bridge? That is so cool!!!

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    1. Yep! They built and painted it with the help of some other friends and family members too.

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  9. Craft supplies and school supplies get me every time! I love that picture of the markers.

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    1. Oh me too! I am a sucker for crafting and school supplies.

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  10. Gorgeous! Also how the heck do icicles grow up?!

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    1. Right!? That's what we thought was so odd too.

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  11. The growing up icicles are so cool as is the covered bridge your husband built. Wow! And I love the colours of the marker collection too. Colours appeal to me.

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  12. Incredible photography!

    Love the captures especially the bridge!

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  13. Thank you for sharing at #OverTheMoon. Pinned and shared. Have a lovely week. I hope to see you at next week’s party too! Please stay safe and healthy. Come party with us at Over The Moon! Catapult your content Over The Moon! @marilyn_lesniak @EclecticRedBarn

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  14. So glad you enjoyed the prompts. I almost did pens as my collection! :-) I do love me some Crayola markers though. The covered bridge picture is gorgeous! You could totally frame that. Thanks for joining in!

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  15. These are some awesome images! It's nice to learn how a camera works. The covered bridge stands out to me :)

    I'm so glad to see you at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  16. Really cool photos, Joanne! The upward icicles are fascinating and I really like the collection photo. How cool that your husband helped his father build that beautiful covered bridge! I do love covered bridges. Thanks for sharing your gorgeous images!

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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    1. I am still puzzling over how icicles grew up that rock.

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