PROLIFIC LIFE WITH WIRES: WORDPRESS WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong

Daily Post WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: PROLIFIC

This has not been a prolific April. It’s just plain cold. It’s the 18th today and it is not supposed to be this cold. Wet? Maybe. It rains a lot in the spring in these parts. But we shouldn’t have needed another oil delivery this morning. We got one anyway, and probably for the first time in MANY years, we are actually behind in our payments for oil.

We pay all year round to avoid catastrophic single payments, but this year has not been a normal year.

Below, a few very different looks for “prolific.”

Profusion of mics and prolific wires
Prolific wires!
The canal is most prolifically covered with fallen leaves
Violets and dandelions cover the back yard in early spring. And, should we ever have one, I’m sure they will again.
Wild growth on picket fence
Wild profusion of lilies … last spring …
Goldenrod by Roaring Dam
Prolific woodpile

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

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

23 thoughts on “PROLIFIC LIFE WITH WIRES: WORDPRESS WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE – Marilyn Armstrong”

      1. I LOVE the canal shot. It’s exquisite in a leafy way.

        The woodpile looks like the Guns of Navarrone.

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    1. It’s a buzz mill, down the road from the grocery store. It’s where they cut up the big trees into smaller trees, then send them on to the lumber yards. It’s a neat place to take pictures.

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        1. This is a relatively small region, so there are a limited number of places for me to shoot. That’s a nice one, though, because you see a lot of birds, too. They like the bugs in the logs.

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      1. You are preaching to the choir, sister. I’ve had to make a conscious effort to leave the camera when going on activities—or never spend any time actually enjoying them. And then, I got an iPhone. I’m never without a camera now! Ask me about my millions of random life shots. Go ahead, ask. If you dare!

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