Category Archives: Weekly Photo Challenge

Weekly Photo Challenge – Beautiful Creepy

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When Creepy is mentioned, my thoughts go to the crawlies and the climbies (my word)
that look slimy or hairy with little or no feet!
I attempted to capture creepy and mine was a sweet keep!
I’ll stop by the PhotoRehab Clinic to let them know Creepy can be this sweet!

Creepy 2

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Inspiration

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What inspires me? Writing is source of Inspiration for me, but what prompts me to write? It is the beautiful empty journal, the pen. More than that, it is beauty and nature. Today, let’s walk with Mr. Peacock and get inspired. 🙂

Mr. P6We have guests today and they came with children, I wonder how the day will be.

Mr. P I need to get away fast before their interest turns to me!

Mr. P1

They have seen me, run little legs, don’t fail me today.

Mr. P2

The one in pink seems interested in my colours, no way girl. I have an appointment somewhere else.

Mr. P3

Phew, I’m almost out of ‘harm’s’ way, thank goodness!

Mr. P4

These humans don’t just know when to stop and until I get to my safe haven, ain’t no stopping me now, I’m on the move!

Mr. P5Free at last! Free at last! Free at long last!

Using it for the patients at the #PhotoRehab

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Photo Rehab #10 – Up Close & Bangles

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Up Close & Bangles! My sister has these wide range of really lovely Indian bangles that she sells and they come in beautiful vibrant colors. Pleasing to the eyes and a treasure to have. I took shots of some for my last week’s Photo challenge. What do you think about my Close Up?

By the way, I’m taking it to the #PhotoRehab Clinic, it could do with some of these colors!

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Photo Rehab #8 – Symbol

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My Symbol

To some, it is two fine brown woods
With a color that might not change moods
Strung together at the centre
If it were a door, one would enter!
Made from polished dead tree
How can this set free?

To another, it represents death
A place one gave His last breath
A sign that says, “forgiven,
You are the reason I’m risen!”
To me, it is connection – network
Where Divinity and man rework.

A Connection

Symbol

#PhotoRehab

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Photo Rehab #7 – Muse

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I get inspired by a beautiful Journal that is empty…the blank pages speak to me, beckoning that I create and make something out of their plainness – that voice I find irresistible! Inspired by beauty, pain, love and by children.

I’m not sure how to capture all in one, so I’ll just stick to children. #PhotoRehab
Muse
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