The same flowers. Transmogrified. Sort of. Not actually sure what this is supposed to mean, but I’m a good sport.

I participate in WordPress' Weekly Photo Challenge 2016

I participate in WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge 2016


  1. I’m embarrassed to admit that I had to look it up to make sure that’s a real word (well, it is more than one syllable, after all!). But according to what I found, transmorgrify means to change into a strange or grotesque form, and your photos don’t look strange or grotesque at all. Just thought I’d point that out because that’s the kind of morning I’m having.

    Recently, I’ve been using the camera software to enhance pretty much every photo I take. it makes me feel like a bit of a fraud, but the pictures are so much more appealing when I’m done. And people seem to enjoy them, so I guess that makes it ok.


    • I did know what it meant, but I haven’t anything in my huge files that would really illustrate the word and I don’t have software that can do it either. If I do, I’ve never used it. So that’s all I had and that’s what I posted. Frankly, I’m having a sucky couple of days. I’ve got a headache, too. It’s TOO EARLY to have a headache. Anyway, transmogrify is a stupid topic for a photo challenge. Just saying.

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