This week the directions for the photo challenge were:
“Roy G. Biv” is an acronym made of the first letters of the seven colors of the rainbow, to help you remember: Red. Orange. Yellow. Green. Blue. Indigo. Violet. It’s also your photo challenge theme for this week!*
You can attack this challenge in one of two ways: share an image that contains all the colors of the rainbow (or an actual rainbow) or share a multi-photo gallery, one image for each color.
I had fun choosing the photos that would represent the colors of my rainbow!
Written for Weekly Photo Challenge: Roy G Biv
Perspective means different ways of seeing things.
When some people see worms they get squeamish. They wouldn’t even think holding them and letting them run through their fingers.
The picture above is of the worms in my vermicomposting bin. I feed the worms and in turn they create fertilizer! I love watching the worms. I particularly enjoy it when the time comes to separate the worms from the fertilizer (the fertilizer goes to the garden and the worms go back into the vermicomposting bin) because I get to pick them up and feel them squiggle in my hand.
As I look at the vegetable plants that are growing in my garden now, I know the worms have played a significant role in making them so healthy. I feel immensely grateful that they are doing such an important service for me and for the earth.
Perspective can make such a difference.
Written for Eclectic Corner: Perspective (Written Piece)
The photography challenge for this week:
In-between moments can be just as memorable as grand finales. This week, share a photo you took on the way to something else.
Today, I was driving home from delivering an item to a friend and saw this intriguing statue. The owner’s home address was carved into the bottom portion of the log. I thought it was a perfect subject for the challenge!
Written for Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Way