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Weekly photo challenge: Layers

I hiked above cloud layers today at Shenandoah National Park.

Layers of mountains and clouds

Layers of mountains and clouds

 

Clouds rolling out to their mates.

Clouds rolling out to their mates.

 

White blankets, blue bed.

White blankets, blue bed.

 

 

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Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You

Wait, wait! I know I’m diving under the wire for this photo challenge as the volunteer crew is sweeping up the trash and folding up the finish line banner. I have a hue of me for you!

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Companionable

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This weekend we made and saw history at the Gettysburg 150th Anniversary Battle Re-enactment, accompanied by friends from Texas with whom we have our own history. The event was more than shooting, as these few photos can attest.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: The World Through My Eyes

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I rarely go anywhere without chalk — it’s in my purse, in the Magic Bus’ glove compartment, outside my front door, and in a plastic container where my driveway meets the road. I started chalking when something very dear to … Continue reading

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Weekly Photo Challenge: CURVES

There are curves, and then there are CURVE-SSSSS.

This bold creature explored our front door recently. Marvel at the graceful curve across the door jam and the firm grip around the door knob. Note the way it languidly drapes its end around the skull and crossbones magnet. Nice touch.

And now, one of my blog tags is “creepy.” I can hardly wait to greet the visitors that term will bring to The Magic Bus Stop.

“I can’t. . . quite. . .reach. . .the doorbell.”

 

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: The sign says. . .

Yes, but are they fresh?

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Weekly photo challenge: Escape

I tried not to post this, but I have so little willpower. Sometimes you gotta call it what it really is.

 

Sometimes you have to go with what works.

Sometimes you have to go with what works.