Today I'm sharing a few, five is the challenge amount, photographs of nature. Nature is the theme for this month's challenge that PJ over at A'lil Hoo Haa set for us.
If you are interested in joining, you can visit the challenge page on his blog HERE and request to join the FB group HERE. The challenge is once a month and very simple.
On the first of the month he will post the theme and we (whoever wants to participate) have the month to take photos. You can use your phone, a point and shoot, DSLR or whatever you have to take these photos. Then we publish and link up on the last day of the month. The photos need to be yours and never published before. That's it. Easy peasy.
I am a nature lover, so this theme thrilled me to no end. However, for me, the problem is always the same. Deciding which 5 to use! I mean, five, FIVE? Only five??? LOL So I had to be very picky and choose the ones that really made me smile. That might be different for you but I hope they make you smile as well.
Being a huge animal lover and living in a part of town that feels like country living, we have a lot of wildlife. I feed them daily and enjoy them so so much. If you'd like to see more about that, go HERE.
I take a lot and I mean a lot of photos of the squirrels, chipmunks and of course my kitties. Landscapes are a favorite as well.
I'm not a professional, just a photo nut snapping pictures everywhere I go and sharing with the world or my small section of it.Looking up at one of many trees in our backyard. Why? Well, why not? I love trees and will stop to take a photo of a tree as fast as anything else.
I feed the wildlife every morning and is customary I was filling the feeders one morning. As I was returning to the deck I saw a bee on the hummingbird feeder, believe it or not the sweetie stayed there and I was able to get two photos before it flew off.
No idea what type of caterpillar it is but I thought it looked pretty cool.
From this angel the box turtle looks big but I zoomed in to see the beautiful copper colored pattern on his shell. He or she was actually only about 4 inches long.
There's my five, okay six photos for this month. If you pop over to PJ's page you'll see the links for this months challenge on his post. I always look forward to seeing what everyone has shared.
Thanks for stopping by!