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A wander near the Dingle – June, 2018

For those of you who are not friends on Facebook, or GPlus here are some photos taken during last weeks Dingle Bal.

A wander near the Dingle – June, 2018 [22 photos]

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Mandals – Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Shoes or Feet

For this weeks B&W challenge Cee asks that:

This week the topic is Shoes or Feet (human or animal).   This is a topic you can really have enjoy.   Let’s see how creative you can get.

I instantly remembered this photo of my feet, it could equally be a candidate for Cee’s Oddball challenge as I have no idea why I took it.  I have used it before for a WPC but thought given it fits the bill I would rework it.  Even at this reduced resolution I advise against pixel peeping if you do not like feet or toenails!

Feet

The way to Boskednan – Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Ground: sand, dirt, grass, paths

For this weeks B&W challenge Cee asks that:

This week the topic is Ground.  Your photos can show anything that covers the ground like:  sand, dirt, grass, paths, walks, trails, etc.

So here is a picture of one of the many paths that converge on the Boskednan stone circle.

Path

Greek temple – Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: May 27, 2018

A slightly late entrant (given that there will be another weeks challenge along just as I post this), for Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: May 27, 2018 that asks on a weekly basis that we post a photo that fits the following theme:

Odd Ball Photos are those great photos that you take which really don’t seem to fit into a common category.  We’ve all taken them and like them, because we just can’t hit delete and get rid of them.  If you have any of those type of photos, this challenge is for you.

Oddball:nounapersonorthingthatisatypical,bizarre,eccentric,or nonconforming
                 adjective  whimsically free-spirited;eccentric;atypical

So here is a photo of the Greek shrine (even though 1 figure is a Roman) that appears to be taking shape in Karen’s room.

greek

Karen – Weekly Photo Challenge: All-Time Favorites

This weeks challenge asks:

In the final edition of the Weekly Photo Challenge, Daily Post staff contributors share their favorite photos and invite you to do the same.

Sadly this is the last “Daily post weekly photo challenge”, and therefore I will have to look elsewhere for my prompts to blog, its been fun to follow, but it is sad to see this challenge come to an end.

So a photo for all time favorites – not just a favorite photo [reworked for the competition], but a favorite location, a favorite treat, and a favorite person:

Karen

String – Weekly Photo Challenge: Twisted

This weeks challenge asks:

In this week’s photo challenge, show us something twisted. You can be literal in your interpretation — show us the coils of your hair, a winding woodland path, or a gnarled tree trunk. Or, be more abstract, and show us something that represents life’s inherently twisty character

So here is a random snap taken in 2014 of a piece of string.

Twist

Outside – Weekly Photo Challenge: Place in the World

This weeks challenge asks:

For this week’s photo challenge, explore what it means to find your place in the world. Where’s your safe space? Where do you go when you need to feel inspired or cheered up? Do you prefer to feel cozy and comforted in a smaller town or do you thrive on the buzz of a big city?

So here is a pic taken at Arthur’s stone near Hay-on-Wye, showing my love of walking in the countryside, visiting ancient sites, photography, the resultant tinkering with the photo and just being with Karen.

Arthur

Mussles – Weekly Photo Challenge: Prolific

This weeks challenge asks:

What do you think of when you think of the word, “prolific”? If spring has arrived where you live, maybe the plethora of dandelions sprouting in your neighborhood might fit. If you’re in the Southern Hemisphere, it might be the leaves falling from the trees. Your response need not be one based in nature — let your imagination fuel your camera.

So I hunted around for a photo, as I could not find something in the current set I was editing, and came up with this proliferation of shellfish, that I had not previously edited.

Mussels