It's been a busy week!
It seems like I had a lot of little things to accomplish!
But, I still had time to find photos to fulfill this week's prompts for Scavenger Hunt Sunday with Ashley Sisk.
Our clues this week were:
mobile (referring to mobile phone photos)
hanging by a thread
always look on the bright side
I definitely cheated on this one! Our prompt was to be a photo from our mobile phones. Do you see that little zero on the bottom center button? That's exactly how many photos I can take with my mobile phone! Zero, zilch, zippo!! I feel I need to explain! I don't use my cell phone very much. I call my daughter and my sister, because it's long distance and I keep it in my purse for emergencies. So, when I bought my phone I bought the cheapest one they had. As they say, you get what you pay for!! Honestly, I've never regretted buying the cheap one!! I just don't use it!
Hanging By A Thread
I had big plans for this one. I thought I could make a paper garland and hang it or I could hang a few of my photos from a string in a tree. I had big plans that never happened. I finally decided to just go with this small ball that is hanging by a thread from one of my wind chimes.
I recently drove by this beautiful lake and had to stop for a few pictures. I had fun trying capturing reflections of the beautiful trees in the water and making them into a collage. My favorite is the top left. The bottom of this tree was huge!!
Always Look On The Bright Side
With this summer's heat and humidity I'm trying to always look on the bright side and see the beauty in the sunshine. We've been blessed this summer with the most gorgeous skies and clouds. I don't ever remember the skies being full of clouds every day as they have been this year.
Each creature has it's own home. This nest was the home to a little bird. You can see part of an egg in the bottom.
I leave you with a quote...I hope you see the beauty in each day we are blessed with!
Never lose an opportunity of seeing anything beautiful, for beauty is God's handwriting."
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson ~