Cee’s Photo Challenge-Woods

This photo came from a friend who shoots wildlife with her camera in her yard.  I wish I had the time to catch more wildlife as the woods are all around us.  We are privlidged to live in their habitat and they share it with us.  Being a good steward of their resources and respecting their space is a must.  

We all need to learn to not take the woods for granted.  God gave us these resources to live in harmony.  In order to leave enough resources for our grandchildren we must teach them respect and caring for all creatures.


A Photo a week Challenge: Edge


The garden’s edge is full of surprises each year.  This photo I took at the edge of my Daughter’s garden.  She had a couple surprise sunflowers reach out from the edge to shine.  At the end if the season there is still beauty n wonderful seeds for next year.  

This year at the edge of my flower garden grows some corn.  I had to leave it there for my own pleasure n surprise.  God gives us gifts, we just need to accept, nourish n enjoy them.  Please enjoy my photo on the edge n look for your gifts to share.

Summer Art

In my travels I love to see the beauty that different areas make into art.  Lately I have been into looking at things made from old vintage part including car parts.  The ingenuity of those who can see the vision in it’s final form have great imagination.  On my recent visit to Myrtle Beach to visit my best friend, I wandered into a second hand store while I waited on her to finish her doctor’s visit next door.  It was a beautiful summer day for June and the outside displays called me in.

Prior to going in I snapped a few pictures of the great art I saw outside.  There were actually two of these that caught my eye but this one in particular was appealing as it had many attachments.  I snapped a picture and verified with the owner it was alright to photograph and sent it off to my daughter who loves to make some of these different items and use them for Christmas Presents!!  Since they caught my eye I thought I would give her some ideas that I liked.  Kudos to the artist with the odd point of view.

So for Cee’s odd ball challenge I would like to enter how a traveler from Pennsylvania found a different type of art appealing that others might think odd.