Today’s Interview features blogger and photographer Kate, who has the blog handle of XingfuMama. *** Note to readers – remember that The Priorhouse interview posts are set up to be skimmed or you can come back and read the full post when you have the time. *** I really like Kate’s warm outlook on life … More PRIORHOUSE INTERVIEW with XingfuMama (08June2022)
Hello Readers – earlier this week, the Lens-Artist team invited bloggers to connect to multiple challenges. I connected to a handful in that post but could not include too many. So today, I am joining in with the weekly smile and pull up a seat while sharing some Priorhouse Street Shots (with a linger theme). __ *** … More Priorhouse Street Shots (Counting Blue Cars & Linger, 1-12-22)
Hello readers, this week’s Thursday Doors post is linking up with Sunday Stills #Eerie and #WQW cold ). The first door photo is from downtown Richmond, Virginia – and it has an eerie and chilly kind of vibe. Quote: “There was freedom in his agony. His legs alone were motionless. It was there that the shadows … More #ThursdayDoors & Victor Hugo Quotes (11-04-2021)
Hello readers, this week’s Thursday Doors post is linking up with Sunday Stills #Decor theme (and a little late – but connecting with WQWWC #44, autumn theme). The first photo has some nice double doors, a touch of decor with the small pumpkins and then the left tree has the golden glow and autumn vibe: Quote: “And the sun … More #ThursdayDoors & Sunday Stills Decor (10-28-2021)
“There will never be a really free and enlightened state until the state comes to recognize the individual as a higher and independent power, from which all its own power and authority are derived.” Henry David Thoreau “Law never made men a whit more just; and, by means of their respect for it, even the … More Bikes, Quotes, & Pull Up a Seat #2 (#WQWWC)
Hello Readers – today’s post has more street shot photos for the January Square up. Consider street shots can “lift us up” as they offer a snapshot of a story. Yesterday’s post was here for day 21, with a hue of blue. Today’s theme? Street Shots with two (doubling up). __ 😊 So do you have a … More Consider Street Shots with Two and Winnie the Pooh (#SquareUp Day 22)
Hello Readers – today and tomorrow’s post will feature a few street shots for the January Square up. Consider street shots to help you “look up” and around to see more of the world. __ __ __ Consider street shots because you just might share a moment – through a photo – that leaves us moved and … More Consider Street Shots with the Hue of Blue (SquareUp Day 21)
*** ___ Join pull up a seat here Join kndasqaure here Squares for days #27 & 28 and Pull up a seat Week 43 (of 53) . . . . . . . . .
Hello Readers, Last July, Becky B had “Perspective” as the Squares Theme and I was going to link here; however, that post never unfolded. Thought I would share the images today (and I am sure Becky is already scheduling the next theme for us to look forward to) – in the meantime, here are some “perspective leftovers” *** …. *** … More Perspective Leftovers (September 2020 Post 4 of 30)
The theme for the lens-artists’ photo challenge is Summer (here) I decided to share photos unique to summer 2020, which has that Covid flair. … Anyhow, as the world slowly reopens after COVID shutdowns, let’s walk through that door and get outside- and focus on rebuilding our … More Summer 2020 with COVID Flair (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #104 )
This week, the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge is to share some morning photos while adapting to the “new normal” of COVID-19. Today’s photos are all from Virginia. We have been staying home to do our part to flatten the curve. However, last week we went to pick something up and had a walk around – so I grabbed some photos. __ ___ … More Street Shots while Social Distancing (Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #93)
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