Apr 27, 2021

*I Spy* Photography Challenge No. 16

 Hello and welcome!

I'm a day several days late posting this week's "I Spy Photography" challenge post, but had already taken the pictures so I decided to post anyway. Lysha thankfully does keep the linky open for about a week. 



This week's prompts are:

  • Kitchen Sink 
  • Flower
  • Up
  • Mixed
  • Your Choice

Kitchen Sink:

My sink is new (just installed last summer, but our kitchen is old and really needs updated, and I thought it looked better in black and white (however still not really loving this shot). But I do love my kitchen sink, my Mrs. Meyers kitchen cleaners and my Bodum Pour Over coffee maker :-)





Flower:

Love my Bleeding Hearts. I wish they'd bloom a little bit longer. Unfortunately they aren't doing too well as they started blooming before the recent frost hit, but they still look pretty.



Up:

One of my cute outdoor "pets" up on a branch of my oak tree. Isn't he adorable!! But they sure are stinkers for getting into my strawberries, eating my magnolia blossoms and chewing off the young branches. I think they also "worked" on my Hibiscus I planted last summer (unless it was the wild rabbits). 



The photo is cropped. Here is the original one - can you see him up there on the tree?




Assorted: 

An assortment of fruits. I'm still receiving my Misfits Market box (I am now subscribed to the small box every two weeks), so we usually have an assortment of fruit in the house. Plums and kiwi were purchased locally. (PS: When you use this link you get $15 off your first box or use this code: COOKWME-TT0TPG)




My Choice:

Another walk on the lake and I love this photo I've taken showing the reflection of the sky and trees. 



All photos this week were taken with my  Canon DSLR camera

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12 comments:

  1. I like these photos - especially the squirrel! We don't have squirrels here in Australia sadly!

    Hope that you are having a nice week :)

    Away From The Blue

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  2. I love your kitchen in black and white! Those bleeding heart flowers are so pretty.

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  3. Love your little friend up the tree - great shot. I haven't seen bleeding hearts for years, so nice that you shared them, and your fruit box looks delish. CarolG

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  4. Beautiful photos.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  5. The bleeding heart flowers are so beautiful!
    xoxo
    Lovely
    www.mynameislovely.com

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  6. Love the bleeding heart flowers. I want to grow those so bad, just scared they'll die. Thanks for joining the linkup this week!

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  7. I love your kitchen sink shot. I should have posted mine in black and white -- maybe I'd like it better!

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  8. Thanks for sharing such a great post.

    Cheers,

    Alexandra,
    Style Puffer Jacket

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  9. Nice photos !

    http://www.fruityandpassion.com/2021/04/light-at-end-of-tunnel-with-vivaia.html#more

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  10. Great photography. I love the kitchen sink one. The same thing happened to my bleeding hearts this year. They look terrible!

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  11. Great photos once again! I always love the water reflections in photos! It is so pretty and just fascinating for some reason.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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