I completely forgot to post the “Z” photos! I think I must have been in denial about the project coming to an end!! So, without further ado, here are “Zymurgy”: And “Zigzag”: I had so much fun with this project! Thanks again to Dru for suggesting it and doing it with […]
How lucky did I get this week?! The random “Y” word I chose was “Yikes”–and look what I happened to pass the next morning on my way to work: I certainly think that qualifies! Dru’s word was “Yum”, which was perfect for Thanksgiving week. Here’s what I came up with: Dru went with food for […]
A very happy belated Thanksgiving to all of my friends in the US! With the holiday last week, I completely forgot to post the “X” photos from the Alphabet Project. Those of you who follow my Facebook page will already be familiar with my “Xerotic” (meaning “dry”) photo: And here’s my “Xanthic” (yellow): Here are […]
This week’s words were “Wander” and “Wind”. For the second word, which was my chosen word of the week, I left it up to us to chose whether it was “Wind” as in “Wind in the trees” or “Wind” as in “Winding road.” We ended up choosing differently. Here are my photos, starting with “Wander”: […]
This week’s “V” words were “Voracious” and “Voluminous”. Here are mine: (That was “Voracious” but I just realized it could also have been my “Voluminous” image!) Here’s Dru’s “Voracious”: And by far my favorite of this week’s photos, Dru’s “Voluminous.” Wow!! Next week’s “W” words are “Wind” (whichever definition of that homonym we choose) […]
This week’s “U” words were “Urgent” and “Underground.” I did way more post-processing for my “Urgent” photo than I usually do–but it was fun, and I like how it turned out. Can you tell what the original image was? Dru went for humor with his “Urgent”: I went a bit […]
This week’s words were “Train” and “Truck.” Interestingly, neither Dru nor I went with the locomotive-related definition of “Train.” Here’s my take on the word: And his: And here are our “Truck” photos: Next up is “Underground” (Dru’s choice in honor of the late Lou Reed) and “Urgent.”
This week’s “S” words were “Stripes” and “Shard.” Here’s some very interesting information Dru offered about his “Stripes” photo: “The ‘stripes’ on the side of this mountain, Mt. Cristo Rey, are actually the road leading to the peak. There are a few events each year when hundreds of religious pilgrims climb the peak. I have […]
Because nothing says “Delicious food here!” like a window full of skeletons.
I think it’s safe to say that British police cars were not designed with the objective of sneaking up on people.