Weekly Photo Challenge: Yellow


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14 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Yellow

  1. alhowlinwater

    Judy,I have a couple of questions about your photos? First is that house detail your home? What is that last photo of? It’s beautiful! How bout I guess? Is it a piece of pottery freshly glazed? When I first looked at it it reminded me of a celestial body of some sort.

    Thanks Judy for flexing my imagination!



    1. lifelessons Post author

      Hi Al. Yes, it is my house. That chimney is for the only fireplace in the house which is in my bedroom. Wish it were in the living room. The last one is the eye of a fish…a detail..I’ll publish the whole pic if you like, if I can get it sent. I’m sitting on the step up to my rental…on the main street of the little town where I’m staying…feet on the sidewalk. Only place I can capture a stray internet wave. Motorcyles and 3 wheelers roaring by, LOUD people walking by on the street. No lethargy in Mexico. This goes on till 2 a.m. sometimes. Deafness is a godsend in La Manz.


    1. lifelessons Post author

      Hi, Summerfield. The first was taken in San Miguel de Allende, I believe. The chimney and mural of Quetzacoatl is on my house. Q probably misspelled. The quadrunner blocking the parade for the Virgin of Guadalupe was taken in La Manzanilla on the Jalisco, Mexico coast, where I am now. The third, that you thought was creme brulee, is actually the eye of a dead fish on the beach. Ha. I’m about to publish the entire picture it was a detail from. Thanks for asking. Judy.

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