Weekly Photo Challenge: Seasons

This week’s photo challenge is Seasons.

Share an image evocative of the weather or represent the current “season of your life” in metaphor.

Recently, I took quite a few photos and I had trouble choosing one. I may post more of them later.

This photo I really like. For me, it represents the many layers of nature, as in life, as with people. Here we have the coming spring when everything is bubbling underneath the surface waiting to sprout. I took this photo near my home in a wetlands preserve.


And the pond is full and bursting with activity.


Speaking of layers, here is the bunny’s camouflaged home. Can you spot the bunny?


For more Seasons entries, visit the Weekly Photo Challenge site.

31 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Seasons

    1. Mark, I thought everyone had bunnies! Maybe if watch closely, you’ll see one.
      Actually, there were two bunnies here running around and there was a lot of noise and kids. I thought, I hope I can get this! They were so fast.
      We need more rain, but you can keep the cold.


    1. Yay! I have another photo where the bunny is really camouflaged. Thanks, Kelly. This truly is a great spot for pictures and you really see a lot of changes with the seasons. This is the same area where I took the pictures with my kids and the big tree and the bike. Remember those? That little area is really close by. I don’t travel much. 🙂

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      1. Yes, I do remember! You are lucky to have that spot close by! There’s nothing I love more than to get up early on a weekend morning and go out to take pictures. In fact, my daughter has a photography class right now and just bought her first SLR… we had dinner last night and she got some incredible shots of the moon! 🙂


      2. It’s a popular spot among runners and people walking their dogs. Oh, how exciting about your daughter and her class. My camera doesn’t take good pictures of the moon. How fun!

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    1. Good work, Ali! Exactly. I can see him perfectly fine, but that’s because I know where he is AND I saw him move, too. 🙂 Thanks for going to all that trouble. He’s on the right side of your screen on the green grass in case you have any doubt.

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      1. Yes, I see oh hare-brained one. I’ve had quite a reversal of misfortune, so I’m getting used to doing uncharacteristically well. But I am still working at The Grind, so that keeps me grounded.


    1. Thank you, Brigitte. It does feel serene out there. A good place to clear your head. I like the sky, too. It’s not the most dramatic picture, but the sky was definitely one reason why I liked it so much. Thanks for all your nice comments. 🙂


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