cees fun foto challenge: bark or leaves

The subject this week is leaves or bark.
DSC06925 DSC06923http://ceenphotography.com/2014/11/04/DSCF2034Why oh why did I use this shot for the “orange” challenge?  Okay, I hereby retract it and submit it for its true category!

For other great leaf and bark photos go here.

8 thoughts on “cees fun foto challenge: bark or leaves

  1. S.J. Takeshi

    I love the second photograph. It is so magical, and reminds me of ol’ Peter Pan.
    I do believe in fairies, I do! I do!
    Haha. 🙂


    1. lifelessons Post author

      Hi S.J. Thanks for commenting. You should love my next book. It is busy being illustrated as I type this…It is all about fairies–actually, about the house I moved from 13 years ago that was being taken over by retired fairies who had been stripped of their wings. You can imagine what trouble they got into! Stay in touch. I hope it’s out within the year. Judy

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      1. S.J. Takeshi

        Hi Judy!
        Wow. I really love reading fairy tale type of books. I surely will read it. But I hope it isn’t that costly 🙂
        – S.J. Takeshi


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  3. lifelessons Post author

    I saw this morning that one had somehow gotten erased, or I didn’t include it, so I’ve put it back. Nothing will compete with your pix this week. They are wonderful. I love the lines of the brach over the red leaves and all of the bark shots are outstanding..Judy


  4. lifelessons Post author

    oops…that should read “branch” not “brach.” Did I send you to Wikipedia with that one? (“Brach”—the bark of a Scottish scrub tree known for its curative powers in soothing sore throats.) No, just an imagined definition for an imaginary word.



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