Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week is feet, hands, and paws. Of course, you had to know I’d post bird pics!
Chutes and ladders brings to mind childhood: playgrounds
backyards, and board games:
For Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Chutes and Ladders.
A solo kayaker,
A single flower
A lonely vessel,
awaits a steward,
(For Cee’s Black & White challenge: Isolated Objects)
Even in black and white, birds are showstoppers.
For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week challenge: black and white.
Plastic cups are practical for outdoor summer sipping,
preferably, of course, with out arachnid dipping.
Plastic chairs for lounging are best for surf, sun, and grass
except on the hottest of days, they just might burn your a**
Plastic skulls lined up along the neighbour’s lawn, cast an eerie light,
thrill the trick and treaters, who love a scare on Hallowe’en night.
(Cee’s Black & White challenge is things made out of plastic)
These children (featured image) gracing the local park in Chandler, Arizona are an amazing work of art.
This tree-like figure joined other sculptures gracing these gardens. Taken in the area of Phoenix Arizona, although I have now forgotten where exactly.
This bird, carved of wood, stands guard in front of Fogg Dukkers Coffee shop (featured here).
A magnificent bench sculpture offers seating on the water front in Port Alberni, British Columbia.
(Thanks for the challenge, Cee!)