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Day 7

Facebook photo challenge

Nature challenge, day 7. The idea is to flood Facebook with the beauty of nature, starting the new year with positive images.
The challenge is for seven days, to post a nature-themed photo and each day nominate a new person. Copy and paste the comment above (change the day), post a nature shot each day for seven days (non consecutive, if you wish) and nominate someone new each day to do the same. Enjoy!

It’s my last day, but this was fun.  Fun to go back through my photo archives, focus on photos of what is right in front of my nose most of the time and publish them.

So Backyard Beauty #7 (near by path, Bellingham, WA)

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Day 6

Facebook Photo challenge:

Nature challenge. The idea is to flood Facebook with the beauty of nature, starting the new year with positive images.
The challenge is for seven days, to post a nature-themed photo and each day nominate a new person. I was nominated by: GasMcGil – otherwise known as my sister and her hubby.

Like Meril I’m inviting anyone else who loves taking nature shots to join the challenge and just tell ’em I sent ya.

Copy and paste the comment above (change the day), post a nature shot each day for seven days (non consecutive, if you wish) and nominate someone new each day to do the same. Enjoy!

Backyard Beauty from Vanderyacht Park in Ferndale, WA. ( love this tree that must have straddled a nurse log a long, long time ago.  Look at the hollow and think of the heart that lay there giving life to a young one.)

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Day 5

Facebook photo challenge

The challenge is for seven days, to post a nature-themed photo and each day nominate a new person. I was nominated by: GasMcGil – otherwise known as my sister and her hubby.
I fell behind in my duties to nominate someone new every day so I’m going to try to catch up with the tagging aspect of this challenge.

I did tag Meril Davenport and she is playing faithfully!  So 2nd tag: my sister, Katie Trent and her husband, Barry Trent because I haven’t seen enough of your travel photos.
3rd tag: sister-in-law Carolyn Wildman – I don’t see enough of your home space and travels either.
4th tag: Deanna Carter – because your doctor told you to go outside everyday.
And today, I tag Janet Ott because she’s always looking – and seeing – beauty in this world. Check the link you guys to find out the rules and come play.

My Backyard Beauty for today: (from Swanson’s nursery just down the block from my Seattle friend)

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Day 4

Facebook photo challenge – Three more days to go.  Apparently the challenge doesn’t have to be over consecutive days, but hey, I’m on a roll.  March 1st I start my daily writing challenge hosted by Two Writing Teachers so this photo challenge is getting me warmed up. (Check out the Daily Slice challenge by TWT – it is fun and supportive to be a part of.)

Backyard Beauty – from a ditch in Couer D’Alene

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Day 3

Facebook photo challenge – although I guess I’m not really doing the challenge correctly because I’m not tagging a new person to join the challenge each time I post.  Tag is exhausting – if you want to come play, just do it!!

Anyway – Backyard Beauty 3 – taken in LaConner, Wa on my birthday last November:

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Day 2

Photo challenge day 2

Backyard Beauty – pic from a snow day walk from my actual back yard – an empty lot

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OK – I’m in…

Nature challenge, day 1. The idea is to flood Facebook with the beauty of nature, starting the new year with positive images.
The challenge is for seven days, to post a nature-themed photo and each day nominate a new person. I was nominated by: GasMcGil – otherwise known as my sister and her hubby.
Today, I nominate Meril Davenport, to take the challenge. I am sure you will share interesting nature shots.

Copy and paste the comment above (change the day), post a nature shot each day for seven days (non consecutive, if you wish) and nominate someone new each day to do the same. Enjoy!

Here is my first Backyard Beauty – taken from the back door of the school where I work in Everson, Wa.  I love the dramatic sky I often see there, and if the clouds aren’t low, you can see mountain peaks across the border in Canada.

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