Tag Archives: Weekly Photo Challenge

Purple Chimes and Valentines

“Sweet as” was in the glossary I picked up from fellow travelers during my recent adventure. It’s a New Zealand term of assurance: all is well, “no worries” (a phrase that now hits my ear as  well-meaning  but oxymoronic, a double-negative … Continue reading

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Layered Gold

  It is only in the high 90s. The 11th Century fort on the hill to our left glows bright copper in afternoon’s high sun. The desert city is layered gold. Mottled cream and caramel cows and goats neither yield … Continue reading

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Melting into Monochrome

For just moments at sunrise and sunset, late summer light sets fire to the earth and sea; the view melts into monochrome. Alchemy turns everything to variegated gold. Tone blends into tone, a subdued rainbow’s edge.  Light catches creatures and … Continue reading

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Angling for Answers

If you buzz regularly by my blog you may have noticed my proclivity for ridiculous angling in attempting to get photographs of ephemera that catches my fancy. I teeter in heels up snow-covered rocks to catch sunset.  I wriggle in … Continue reading

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