Cheri has challenged this week with descent. Waterfalls are a great example of the concept. His post addresses the challenge with a series of photos taken of Whatcom Creek as it runs through Whatcom Falls Park in Bellingham WA. It can also serve as a post for Ailsa’s Travel Theme Autumn as the leaves were turning.
Edges are cool and can be beautiful or even scary. Here is a shot of some edgy mountains on the edge of the sea.
Ailsa has brought foward the color orange for the travel theme. Here are a few of my favorite orange photos – sunsets and flowers.
Here are a couple of textured scenes from a trip to Mt. Baker last Fall. Amid the fog, flowers, and water grass there is canvas of different textures.
Ailspm at “Where’s My Backpack” has a travel theme challenge of purple. Here is a varied group of purples:
For this week’s Travel Theme of Metal, I offer this hunk of rusting metal in the form of an antique steam tractor. I found this on a recent trip to Eastern Washington State along Interstate 90. I think I used this before but it sure fits the theme.
Fog droplets on Hydrengea
Jennifer challenges pink this week. That’s great because I have pink all over my neighborhood in the form of rhododendrons. This is sort of a double post as I also used some of these in Cee’s blossom challenge.
Others are from my pink archives of all sorts of photos.