Broken Wheels

Doing double duty today.  Linked to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Wheels and also to A Word A Week Photography Challenge: Broken.

A Word A Week Photo Challenge: Arch

Sacred Heart Basilica at the University of Notre Dame To join in this challenge or to see more arches, go to http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/2014/08/19/a-word-a-week-photograph-challenge-arch/    

A Word A Week Photo Challenge: Create

My husband is a watercolor artist, but here he and grandson B. are working with acrylics on canvas.  B. presented the finished painting to his great grandparents (my parents), and they had it professionally framed not long before my mother passed away.  The framed painting now holds a place of honor in my father’s house….

A Word A Week Photo Challenge: Transport

  My Dad’s Old Truck It looks much worse in person than in this photo, has only been washed maybe twice since the late 1980s, and is my 85-year-old father’s favorite means of transport.  It sat without being driven for several months while my mother was so sick.  When my dad decided to drive it…

A Word A Week Photo Challenge: Red

Prater’s Mill, built in 1855 in Whitfield County, Georgia To enter this challenge or to see more red images, check out http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/2014/07/24/a-word-a-week-photograph-challenge-red/

A Word A Week Photo Challenge: Happy

Happy smiles on happy faces.  And these folks make me happy: grandson Ben, daughter K., and husband B.  We’re looking forward to Ben’s full recovery from his brain surgeries and resulting headaches so that, once again, he can smile like this all the time. Because all of us really would rather be happy… I’d Rather Be…

A Word a Week Photo Challenge: Violet

                                                                             A violet winter sunrise   To participate in this challenge or to see more violet images, check out http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/2014/02/12/a-word-a-week-photograph-challenge-violet/…

A Word A Week Photo Challenge: Lines

I love the contrast between the vertical lines of the trees in the background and the lines of the old fence. This fence is located on the grounds of the Samuel Worcester House at the New Echota Historic Site in North Georgia.   For more interpretations of “lines,” see  A Word in Your Ear, http://suellewellyn2011.wordpress.com/2013/11/19/a-word-a-week-challenge-lines/  …