Photo Challenge: The Week of March 26th 2022

 It was another week of prompts that I thought were going to be so easy and yet turned out to be a little bit challenging.  I had to stretch the definition of a few of these words to fit some of the photos I had but that's Okay; I like the added challenge! 

– lined-- Most of the large boulders and rocks in our region are lined. 



– spiral-- I really liked the spiral pattern of the leaves on these green flowers. 



– spotted-- We spotted some geese on our hikes this week.



– ordered-- Some socks I ordered for my husband



– your choice-- The pond where we were hiking had an unusual teal-blue tint to the water.




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    1. We all went home to research why it was so blue!

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  2. Such great photos once again! The pond looks amazing!

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  3. Joanne,
    Beautiful pictures!! Thanks so much for stopping by!! I hope you are having a great weekend!!
    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  4. You found a way to take a pretty photo of SOCKS!! Girl, that's talent. Love the blue-green water. I always try to straighten my photos so that horizontal and vertical lines in the shot are straight but I like the way your trees in the water photo are slightly off-kilter. Makes the photo much more interesting. I am going to stop straighten things!!

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  5. Oh that pond looks lovely! The flower photo is my favourite, but I liked all of these! :)

    Hope you're having a good weekend. We had a birthday party for my son yesterday, so much fun!

    Away From The Blue

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    1. Thank you! That does sound like fun. We had a very relaxing weekend at home.

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  6. That pond is lovely. And I love your lined rocks.

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    1. Thanks! My boys spotted those and suggested them for the prompt.

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  7. Fantastic photos!
    Those green flowers are so pretty and the water in the pond really is unusual.

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    1. It was so neat to see in person. From what we can tell it's because there is a natural spring that feeds into that pond.

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  8. Lovely photos! That pond is a beautiful color, and so still. What a find!

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    1. Thanks! We were all really amazed by that pond.

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  9. Hi Joanne. Those rocks, how fabulous, they must be great for making stone chimneys etc. Here we get that colour from glacial water, usually caused by natural minerals dissolved in the water. You live in such a beautiful area, it always looks so peaceful and natural. CarolG

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    1. Yep, we have lots of stone walls and stone chimneys all around us. We went on to read that there is a natural spring in that lake and that is what causes the coloration. We assumed it had to be some sort of mineral in the water but thought it might be leftover from whatever they used to mine out of the quarry.

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  10. Love your creative interpretation. Beautiful photos. Specially love the close up of the socks.

    -Soma

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  11. A very beautiful variety of photos!

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

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  12. Beautiful photos especially the geese! :-)

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    1. I love this time of year as we start to see more and more wildlife!

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  13. Love how you zoomed in the socks. Great job this week.

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