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Cees Black and White Photo Challenge, Sepia

Sepia

 This fish and the other objects in the first picture were found in exactly this position on the beach. I was fascinated by the beauty of the arrangement and the details of the fish that was not a fisherman’s catch but had obviously died either before or after it washed ashore.

(Click on first picture and then on arrows to enlarge photos and view gallery.)

http://ceenphotography.com/2016/02/25/cees-black-white-photo-challenge-sepia-tones-only/

Go Fish! Oddball Photo Challenge

                                                                   Go Fish!

Please click on photos to enlarge.

 

http://ceenphotography.com/cees-odd-ball-photo-challenge/

The Spinster and the White Hunter on Safari / Not Crème Brûlée

Okay, here is a poem I read at my writers’ group today and they say I should post it.  There was much controversy about how to pronounce Cuba Libres, but they’ve been my drink of choice for 40 years, so believe me, I know how they are pronounced outside of Spanish-speaking countries, and everywhere else (including Africa) Cuba Libre rhymes with zebra!

The Spinster and the White Hunter on Safari

After giraffes and elephants and zebras,
and one-too-many Cuba Libres,
love under white mosquito-netting
was not so much a matter of her letting
as it was of giving back what she was getting.


And then, the full picture of the detail I published for the “Yellow” photo challenge here No, it isn’t crème brûlée.  What it is is a detail of this detail:

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Detail of a dead fish on the beach. Are those really eyelashes?

I really didn’t mean to fool you!