Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O

For this week's challenge, share a photo that features H2O; the element of water. I love the early morning fog. I think it was more foggy on this morning than what you see here, but I hope you get the idea.   For more entries of water, please click visit the Weekly Photo Challenge site.

A Greeting – Friday Fictioneers

It's time for Friday Fictioneers, where come together to write a 100-word story based on a photo prompt. Thanks to Rochelle Wisoff-Fields for hosting and leading this group. This week she's provided the photo and it's a wonderful choice. All are welcome to join in with their own story. Visit Rochelle's blog for details. A Greeting The … Continue reading A Greeting – Friday Fictioneers

Weekly Photo Challenge: Landscape

The Weekly Photo Challenge is Landscape. This week, it’s all about landscape photography. Show us your best establishing shot, out in nature or in an urban setting. I'm sharing some photos of Lake Tahoe. It truly is one of my most favorite places. I couldn't choose just one. Do you have a favorite?       For … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Landscape

Swimming Hole – Friday Fictioneers

It's time for Friday Fictioneers where writers are challenged to write a 100-word story based on a photo prompt. All are welcome to participate. Join in! My story is below. (102 words) Swimming Hole They checked trees and rocks validating they had arrived at their swimming hole. Desi's name etched into the rock confirmed it. "Where's the … Continue reading Swimming Hole – Friday Fictioneers

Filled with Hope (A Photo Journal)

"Mom, my boots are waterproof so no mud will seep through," my son said from the back seat of the car. "My shoes are full of holes," Dad offered. "I know of some great, cheap shoes from Costco. We'll get you some tomorrow," I said, trying to console. "A lot of good that does me … Continue reading Filled with Hope (A Photo Journal)

Cottage in the Woods – Friday Fictioneers – 09/07/12

Image courtesy of Piya Singh (Bittercharm) Enrique and his wife, Sadie, had walked for hours in overgrown hills and meandered off course. While lumbering through granite rocks and muddy sludge, traces of honeysuckle lit the way to a new path. Once they chose it there was no turning back. The cottage appeared before them as a … Continue reading Cottage in the Woods – Friday Fictioneers – 09/07/12