Color Your World: Purple Mountains’ Majesty, Blush, Sea Green, Cerulean, Green Yellow, Vivid Tangerine
Whew! Caught up through the end of February. Don’t miss out on this digital delight: Search the photograph for the colors! You could be a winner!*
*Winners may not be notified. Most likely not.*
Color Your World: Jazzberry Jam, Forest Green, Pacific Blue, Yellow, Outrageous Orange, Red Violet
Another cool puzzle to solve! Can you match the colors to the correct picture? Big prizes for winners!*
* Prizes are subject to availability, which is nil.*
Color Your World: Fern, Blue Green, Goldenrod, Melon, Orchid, Royal Purple
Yeah, I am behind on this blogging challenge but now you get to search out those colors in these photos! A terrific FREE online puzzle. Win a prize! Amaze your friends!
I loved Cee’s own entries for her Fun Foto Challenge (using the letter Y) and immediately searched for something I could use. I found him on our mantel.
Young boy with his dog.
When the radiator finally stopped producing plumes of steam, I ventured a look under the hood/bonnet. The maze of hoses, wires, and dripping green fluid made me think I had killed an alien. And that’s my entry for Cee’s oddball challenge, along with an inspirational bucket nearby. Seriously serendipitous.
We are at 7 inches of snow and counting! It’s gorgeous out there!
(Sorry for the SORRY condition of this post, which I keep editing. I am working on school stuff, so my attention is divided between the glories of snow and the glories of Communicator 5!)
Storyblocks is an awesome site for downloading images, videos (including 360 and virtual reality) and audio files, all royalty free. I discovered Storybooks while browsing Pixabay, a site with over 1.3 million FREE images. Storyblocks is not free but for unlimited downloads of very high quality in numerous file formats, it’s a great deal.
I have an image license and can search Storyblocks by category or peruse their collections for vector art, illustrations, and photos. I appreciate their racial diversity and wide range of choices.
Yes, it would be cheating if I used Storyblocks photos for blog challenges.
I decide to post my Ten Things of Thankful in photos this week. Thanks, Josie, for hosting this blogging challenge!
“O, what tangled webs we mortals weave when first we practise to deceive!” I’m grateful to be hand-in-hand with a dear family who faces a spinning web of lies.
My dear sister-in-law Eva Marie Everson, is an author and more! She took this photo and created WOW!
A much-needed sign for Google hangouts when tutoring!
What a miracle! A friend walked away from this. Her car was totalled….
Thankfully, no one on Pinterest will ever see this wonky Wonderopolis project!
Thankfully, this is fiction. A review will follow!
A student has worked hard at Camp Wonderopolis and enjoyed every minute of it!
Had fun with a friend and her daughter.
Just in case hurricane Irma takes aim at NC, our roof and underlying wood are now secure, thanks to some wonderful folks!
Finally, how pleased I am to share this blurry photo of one of our “twins,” taken from my car, as this one and its partner rest in a neighbor’s yard- not ours!
OK, I should “win” Cee’s blogging challenge because I’m already an oddball, even without a photograph. Or you could say I am a divergent thinker with ADD. Or you could say I have a split personality. I mean, how on earth did this photo happen? Seriously, folks, I did not photoshop it or alter it in any way. My dearest widower will confirm that he took the photo as I kept saying, “Push the button! Push the button!” Of course, iPhone buttons can’t be pushed, so perhaps that explains it. After watching 2 episodes of “People of Earth,” I might consider this my alien abduction experience. It reminds me of the old double exposure days of film-in-a camera. Yikes.
Wait, wait, wait! I do remember what happened! Wow. It’s all so clear now. We were trying to film a fourth of July family video for one of my students. The four of us were playing a board game and I pulled out my camera, not really asking anyone if we could make a quick video. I set the camera on video, handed the phone to my teaching widower, and as he fumbled with it, I admit my voice got higher and louder as I said, “Push the button! Push the button!” (As a former Brit, I was thinking, “Push the bloody button!”) He said something odd about pans and I snatched the phone back. It was on Pano setting and he did push the bloody button after all. The photo above is me, thinking, “Push the bloody button!” And yes, we did get a video made after we stopped laughing hysterically at pans and Pano[rama].
In response to Cee’s Black and White Challenge: Signs, I thought I’d share a photo that had me parking in a ditch, exposed to ticks, and possibly late to school.
What a terrific place to call home!