Saturday, July 24, 2021

ANOTHER PHOTO OF THE DAY CHALLENGE....

 

I said I wasn't going to do these challenges but I will be picky about what ones I do. 

Yesterday's challenge was " SEPIA "

Here is again my series.



Things I saw on the Thrift Store shelf.



Joyful figure I saw at Merlo Park.



Lost in the undergrowth.



Not quite SEPIA but I had to post it anyway.

I haven't a clue what type of spider I saw a few years ago...

I think he's pretty scary looking and glad he's long gone.


13 comments:

Hootin' Anni said...

I think it's a harmless garden spider.

My favorite is "lost in the undergrowth"!!

jel said...

I like all but the spider. don't like spider or snakes. but II liked the old song. :)

Ginny Hartzler said...

Your choices for sepia are excellent! And I am so glad you did NOT capture that spider in color!

sandy said...

I love the photos - I use to love to go to thrift stores. I wish I still went but I have to stay away for the most part because i would see things I want to buy and I'm trying to downsize. That little girl photo is cute.

Wanda said...

I really enjoy the look of Sepia. I used to have a place to do that with a photo, in my old computer. The computer I have now is even older...but it works...so it doesn't have all the bells and whistles. But it works!! Yeah.

Ruth Hiebert said...

You are so good at getting photos for these challenges .

Marie Smith said...

Sepia is nice for a change for sure. Love these photos!

diane b said...

Great sepia shots.

MadSnapper said...

we want that truck. but have plenty of our own weeds ha ha.. they are all perfect for the prompts and beautiful. there is a statue very much like this one at our public library

Michelle said...

Sepia is one of my favorite tones. Lovely pics! Thanks for linking up and stay well.

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Sepia photos make me nostalgic for a time that took place even before my ancient years!

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Linda said...

That’s a good spider..,…we have lots of them down here at the ranch! One morning I looked down and one was in my coffee spoon! I prefer them to be outside!!