Photos of the Week: Sept 11th

This week's challenges were really challenging to me! I struggled so much with just about all of these prompts (other than the photographer's choice) but like most photography challenges I finally just decided to start taking photos and see what I could come up with. 

 – remembrance-- I have this spider plant that I keep alive in remembrance of my husband's grandmother; it was her plant.



– dainty-- I loved the dainty looking seeds on this plant.


– heart-- The leaves on this plant are shaped like a heart.


– TV-- Alec has been watching TV with me in the afternoon as I blog and he works on homework. We're making our way through Friends.


– your choice-- The views from the top of Mount Monadnock 


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  1. You did some great shots for the prompts!

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  2. Great photos! Heart shaped leaves - what a fun find!! PS - still trying to wrap my brain around a comment of yours I read earlier.....about fried gummy bears!?!? How does that work? And why??!:) Have a great weekend!

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    1. That's what we kept saying.. what would Fried gummy bears even taste like; wouldn't they melt or get even chewier?! Who looks at a gummy bear and thinks I wonder how good that would taste fried?!

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  3. Love these prompts and your responses. I have a spider plant...or air plant...are they the same? It started as this tiny thing from a friend at church and has become quite large and hardy. My favorite photo this week are the delicate seeds on the plant in the second photo. They look like tiny hearts, too. Such a pretty sage gray green.

    I need to catch up with iSpy. Have missed it. Still taking photos with great abandon. Now to get them into a post.

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    1. I didn't even notice that; those seeds do a bit like hearts!

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  4. Fab photos and well done with the prompts.
    What gorgeous views from Mount Monadnock. x

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  5. Great photos. I have yet to start decorating for fall. I am so busy. I've been watching a lot of the older tv shows myself lately as there is too much scandalous stuff in new tv.

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    1. That's as far as I've gotten (the pillow covers) and it's only because I ordered them from Amazon and they had just come in.

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  6. Your photography is so beautiful! Those mountain views are a (literal) breath of fresh air!

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  7. I think there's a bit of a plant theme! Very good photos - I especially love the mountaintop view.

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    1. Definitely a plant theme; that was completely unintentional.

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  8. I need to get a spider plant. Thanks for the reminder. Also I really like your pumpkin spice pillow in the first photo. #MMBC

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    1. You're welcome! I found those pillow covers on Amazon; it was a set of 4 coordinating but different covers that just seemed made my for living room.

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    1. I now have 4 that I have not killed and I'm pretty proud of that. I nearly killed the spider plant a time or two but my sister in law explained what to do and I actually revived it.

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  10. The top pic looks like such a cozy spot and how wonderful to keep the plant alive in memory of Grandmother. I have struggled with that in the past.

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    1. I can't believe I haven't killed it yet. I am not known for taking care of my plants... once they start looking sickly they usually just die.

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  11. My fave has to be the dainty seeds (I've never seen that plant before), and love your craft/family room (a woman after my own heart), and I think your cushion with the pumpkins is so cute. Carol G

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  12. Definitely worth the climb up Mount Monadnok!

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    1. It was; we're even talking about hiking it again next month!

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  13. Now I want to watch Friends! Hahaha!!!

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    1. It is so fun! I haven't watched them all in order in years and years.

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  14. Awesome series of photos. That view from the top is just wonderful to see :)

    Thanks for sharing your link at My Corner of the World this week!

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