LOST IN TRANSLATION – WORDS FOR PHOTOGRAPHY – Marilyn Armstrong

THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: PICK A WORD IN AUGUST Y3

FROM PAULA:

Here we are again facing another Pick a Word challenge. The words I picked for you this time are hardly challenging. Still, I hope you will enjoy taking part in it: fortified, chic, submerged, embodiment, prehistoric.

Note from me: I’m happy to NOT have to look up the words!


This is as chic as I ever get!

About to be submerged — and submerged!

Photo: Garry Armstrong – Embodiment of a perfect sunset!
Fortified?
A storm over the prehistoric remnants of a Native American tribe forced — to the best of my knowledge — from their land by drought.
An embodiment of the Saguaro cactus in the Phoenix mountains 

And a final embodiment:

Sam “The Man” Adams … in bronze, life-size – Very influential and definitely, an embodiment!

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Author: Marilyn Armstrong

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

12 thoughts on “LOST IN TRANSLATION – WORDS FOR PHOTOGRAPHY – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. Thank you. That sunset was amazing. It was about 20 minutes of sky to die for. I took a lot of pictures too, but I liked his positions better than mine.

      I look chic of a lady of my years … which is to say, I clean up okay 😀 Thank you!!

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    1. It’s actually Paula’s title 🙂 I have those same earrings in black, turquoise, turquoise and red clamshell beads, and a variety of red, dark red, and sort of orange beads … all made by the same craftsperson. I love them. I can wear them all them all day. Everything else hurts by the end of the day, but not these.

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