PHOTOGRAPHIC WORDS OF MARCH

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: PICK A WORD IN MARCH – Y3


FROM PAULA:

As usual the first photo challenge in a month is Pick a Word. You have five words to choose from to interpret them in image(s). You can do one word, several words or all five of them. I hope you will find this eclectic theme challenging enough. Slivered,  converted, ovine, traversed. and muted.


Ovine!
Traversed
Muted, ivy
Linwood mill, converted to Senior Center on the pond
Slivered yellow pepper

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Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

17 thoughts on “PHOTOGRAPHIC WORDS OF MARCH”

        1. It’s 50-50. They TRY to keep everything intact, but the towns don’t have the money for restoration. Unless a private owner is willing to turn the place into a business — banks are a typical resource — eventually, they fall down for lack of care. Almost everyone wants to keep them up, but they spend money on all kind of stupid (and often not very legal) stuff, so there’s never any funds.

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    1. Thanks Leslie. I had to go sliver something — I was going to do it for dinner anyway, but I couldn’t find anything slivery in my photos. Imagine that! But the Chinese fried shrimp came out GREAT 🙂 Slivered yellow peppers and all.

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  1. Apparently my knowledge of animal families isn’t as good as I thought it was, since I did not immediately recognize ovine. And just like the much more familiar to me sciurine, my computer’s annoying spellcheck wants to warn me that ovine apparently isn’t supposed to be a real word…

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    1. My computer is hung up on “Aide” because it cannot live with the “e” at the end. I told it to shut up about the “ovine”, so now it leaves me in peace about it. Spellcheckers: can’t live with them or without them.

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  2. I have seen many lovely ovine examples for this challenge, but none of them comes close to this. 🙂 I love your bridge too and thank you for letting me in your kitchen. xx

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