Gingko in Japan November 2015
Clipped fir in Doreen’s Garden September 2018
Sturdy little oak at Cerne Abbas October 2015
Vintage fabric from 1946
Weeping Willow Cerne Abbas 2017
The oak tree at the bottom of my garden September morning 2018.
Yippee it is the first Tuesday of the month and so time to meet up with our photos of trees – either recent or archive.
Please leave a link to your tree photos in the Comments – I’m really looking forward to seeing them.
You can see the list of photo prompts on the Photo Challenge Page
Next Month’s prompt is
and next month I will tell you what I have in store for 2019
This photo was taken today in Doreen’s Garden, Branscombe Devon.
Delicate shades of pink.
Joining in with Postcard from Gibraltar’s Weekly Friday Photo Challenge: DELICATE
Cee’s Flower of the Day
This month crept up on me!
I had all sorts of plans for different ‘Cases’ – they did not happen.
Here is an archive photo from way back in 2014 when I went to Abu Dhabi for 2 weeks.
How much yarn would you take for a two week holiday??!!
I’d love to see your take on ‘CASE’, please leave a link in the comments.
The challenge stays open all month.
Next month : TREE
Hi there! and Welcome to our Photographic Monthly Meet-Up, held on the first Tuesday of each month. The prompt for this month is FLAKE.
A favourite terracotta vessel I painted a few years ago is flaking nicely
The next 4 photos were taken of flaking paint on beach huts at Church Ope Cove on Portland
I would love to be able to do a colour analysis of this photos – to me they would all make wonderful colour palettes for a crochet blanket, or a knitted Fairisle jumper.
If you know of a free website or app that would pick out the colours for me I’d love to have the link.
The next two photos were taken on the island of La Gomera in January 2008
Nearly good enough as a piece of art to hang on the wall:
Last week I went for a visit to Tyneham and Worbarrow with my daughter and her children – one of our favourite destinations for a summer’s day.
The children are fascinated by the ruined buildings and the old school room
The door to the School and its window fit the theme
Then on to the barn where there is an old theatre, with flaking scenery paint on the barn wall
Click on any picture to see it in more detail.
I have gone for flaking paint but I’m looking forward to seeing where the prompt has taken you.
All entries are welcome, both archive and current, just leave a link in the comments below any time up until next month’s prompt kicks in.
Next month’s prompt is
Here we are again for our Monthly Photographic Meet-Up, happening each first Tuesday of the Month.
This month’s prompt is SCULPTURE.
Archive and/or current posts are all very welcome, just leave a link in the Comments to join in.
First up a Pink Goat – I think this also qualifies for Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge don’t you, especially when teamed up with his friend Blue Hare
As seen during Dorset Arts Weeks at the Studio of
Jane Shaw in Cattistock. Do click on her name to go to her website and see more of her wonderful work.
During Arts Weeks we had the priviledge of seeing inside her studio
arranged for the two weeks as a gallery. What a charming space.
I’m looking forward to seeing your sculpture photos
More Sculpture can be seen in This Post, and the bizarre Doreen’s Garden post.
Now must dash
as I’m off to do some gardening before the temperatures crank up – this afternoon I’m off to Sports Day at the school of 3 of my grandchildren – sunhats and of course camera at the ready.
The prompt for next month (August) is FLAKE
I’ve had a lovely time this month noticing how the sunlight catches and enhances things.
Morning on the farm with Ivor the bull and his companions
Morning sunshine, and looking up at buzzards soaring
an experiment under the apple tree
the bliss of bluebell woods
backlit Harts Tongue ferns
a soft goodnight
The prompt for this month’s photographic meet-up is SUNLIGHT.
We meet up on the first Tuesday of each month. You are very welcome to join in anytime. For future prompts go to the Photo Challenge Page.
Next month’s prompt is Sculpture.
To join us, leave links to your Sunshine photos, either current or archive, in the comments – “Bring me Sunshine!”
Adding ‘Walking on Sunshine’ after seeing it mentioned in Crafty Creeks’s post
Don’ it feel good!!!!! ❤
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Tagged back lit, bluebell woods, cattle, cows, fern, Monthly Meet-Up, Photographic challenge, sky, sunset
Welcome!!! It’s the Monthly Meet-Up Photo Challenge, which happens on the first Tuesday of each Month.
I had a happy time looking through my files to find archive photos featuring
This is Miss E with her Dad enjoying a bouncy castle a few years ago
A friend in a yellow silk dress at my daughter’s wedding, 2006
A postcard made for iHanna’s Postcard Swap 2016Collage waiting to be turned into a greetings cardPainted garden potsCandlelight at a wonderful surprise party thrown for me by my lovely kids and their partnersBig Sis at playgroup when she was 3 (she will be 8 this month)Swiss chard stalks from the gardens at Esalen, California – such happy memories from November/December 2008I was there for 6 amazing life-changing weeks on a Workstudy Course, working in the gardens and doing Creative Expression and Process ArtHave you ever tattooed a banana? No – really? See here how to do it
A plasterer’s bucket from when I was having my fabulous new bedroom created
A happy sunny yellow trip down memory lane for me – I hope you enjoyed coming along.
If you would like to see last month’s entries you can see them in the Comments in this Post.
Couldn’t resist including another blast from the past
To join in please post a link to your photos of YELLOW in the Comments. Archive, or current, all are welcome.
You can see all the prompts for the year on my Photo Challenge Page
For May the prompt is