May 13 we, as Soroptimists, came together to make stars.
In the two hours, we made 40 stars.
A view ladies took ribbon home to fold some more.
At that stage, we had 110 stars folded.
Up to date, we are at 200 and there are still in the making.
David W at WordPress asks this week:
Have you travelled anywhere exciting lately? This week, let’s see where you’ve been.
Join in the fun!
First visit to Zimbabwe
Our hotel at Victoria Falls
First sight of Victoria Falls at sun rise
Baobab tree and street vendors.
Statue of Livingston
Mighty Victoria Falls
The Zambesi was very dry due to the drought.
We crossed the bridge between Zimbabwe and Zambia.
The helicopter which flew us over the Vic falls.
Zilephone made from horns.
Sun-set trip on Zambesi River.
We had a boat trip on the Chobe River and saw many elephants.
The last sunrise over the Victoria Falls.
The mist that thunders.
Starting today, weekly photo challenges will be up on Wednesdays (instead of Fridays). Challenges are still weeklong, so the next one will be posted on Wednesday, February 15. Happy camera-snapping! Says Cheri at:
Come and join in the fun each week. This week take a photo of a
If you want more information on how to participate in this Challenge visit Susan’s blog:
My entry: A knot to hold the swing together.
Canon 450D macro setting
Susan at Musin’ With Susan hosts this challenge every week starting each Wednesday.
My entry for no 27
Holes in a rusted old machine.
I used a Canon 45oD Macro setting
Ambience has the power to uplift your mood. What have you photographed with exceptional ambience? says Jeff at
I had the oppertunity to house sit for two weeks up in the hills on a farm. Most of the time the weather was not good to e outside but one evening was clear and beautiful.
I took these photos because the atmosphere and evening was just a pefect moment.
Humans love naming things — look around you, and I bet you’ll see dozens of names. This week, take a photo of one!
Big Mac and Angus Burger
This week, share a photo that relaxes you says HAKAN B at
Relaxing in a bit of sunshine after an extra cold week in early spring.
Jen Hooks at WordPress invites us all to-
show us a mirror. You can take this photo challenge literally, and find reflections in mirrors, or in the stillness of a natural body of water. Live in an urban area? Some skyscrapers are beautifully reflective of the cityscape around them. Or, use this challenge to take a photo of yourself in the mirror. Self-documentation is important, especially for those of us who are usually behind the lens. Enjoy!
Glass, on glass.
Nancy Thanki says:
We frame what we see through our lens. And it tends to be a process, whether you use the golden ratio, the rule of thirds, or just aim for the right balance.
Through the open circle in the wall, you can see the street and traffic below.