This weeks challenge from the Lens-Artists is:
We look forward to seeing your interpretation of “cold”. It could be snow and ice, or a frosty window pane, or even your favourite flavor of ice cream!
Well since you mention it – even the cold and wet doesn’t put us off our holiday ice cream! 2014 so I cannot remember what the flavours where – though the record will be somewhere on my facebook page! Anyway all Ice cream is our favourite!
‘Even when it is cold’, Windermere, 2014.
For this Sunday’s trees challenge from Becca, a tree amongst the stones at Long Meg and her daughters.
‘Old yet relatively young’, Long Meg and her daughters, 2017.
For this Sunday’s trees challenge from Becca, a tree near lake Windermere in Ambleside.
‘Ambling tree’, Ambleside, 2017.
Each week at XingfuMama we are asked to ‘Pull up a seat’.
This week a photo from the bottom of lake Windermere, at Fell foot park, two lovely benches with a view, and a sneaky picnic table!
‘Lakeside view’, Fell foot park, 2017.
This week Amanda of Something to Ponder About hosts the ‘Friendly Friday Photo Challenge‘ and asks us:
Share your ‘Pathways’ photos on Friendly Friday.
The first photo is of a pathway I have been using a lot in these challenges recently, the pathway to Sunkenkirk/Swinside stone circle. And a reminder of the value of friendship.
The second a photo of what is probably my favorite circle with the liner pathway that dissects her. Long Meg and her daughters.
The third a pathway that leads nowhere, but remember that if you are patient you will get to where you want to go. Pier at Brockhole, Lake Windermere.
Pathways can take you in both directions though so be wary. Rail track in Copenhagen.
But I hope they deliver you to a place of peace. St. Michaels mount, Cornwall.
And bring you back safely to your friends and family. Karen at Greenway.