This week we’re looking for Starts with C, Building, and Something I wear.
Instead of a bird (for once), I’m sharing Clouds for Starts with C.
There are a lot of Buildings at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront. Clouds, too!
King Neptune 31st St. stage
Something I wear, unless it’s on the charger, is my Fitbit Blaze.
This week we are on the hunt for Starts with B, Unbalanced, and Door.
Starts with B: Juvenile Northern Mockingbird
This view of the Coleman Bridge is unbalanced.
Door found in Savannah, Georgia.
I’m still sorting things out around the house; wish I had more time to visit your blogs, I really miss that. Hopefully soon!
This week we’re looking for Starts with X, Week’s Favorite, and Insect.
George P. Coleman Memorial Bridge
Starts with X: X-acto knife
Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly
This week the search is on for Starts with W, Week’s Favorite, and Pastel.
To save time, I’m sharing a “one-shot does all.”
The pastel green fennel in the background is wet from the rain, and this Monarch butterfly on milkweed is my Week’s Favorite.
Spending time with family this weekend, so I’ll be by to visit your blogs the first of the week. Have a great weekend!
This week’s prompts: Starts with V, Week’s Favorite, and Inch.
Starts with V: Verdant golf course seen on vacation
Harbour Town Golf Links
Week’s Favorite and Inch: Blue Dasher, 1″ to 1-3/4″ (26-45mm) long
This week’s prompts are Starts with T, Week’s Favorite, and Food.
T is for Trail
Mirror Lake, Norfolk Botanical Garden
Week’s Favorite and All Seasons: Light and Airy describe the layers of the dress.
Out of my comfort zone: Street photography is a type of photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places.
The Osprey grasps its fish dinner with the talons of its right foot.
Linking to Friday’s Hunt
and All Seasons
Gee, time flies when you’re having fun! This week, we’re hunting for Starts with S, Week’s Favorite, and Family.
S is for having a seed stuck on one’s beak. This is my favorite, the weather hasn’t cooperated for much picture taking this week–since I got my camera back! And this little House Finch is one of three new family members visiting the feeder.