Daily Archives: May 12, 2013

A Word A Week Photo Challenge – Patterns

Bridge of the AmericasBridge of the Americas (Panama City, Panama)

Bridge of the Americas Detail editedBridge of the Americas (Panama City, Panama)

Shrimp plantShrimp Plant (Panama)

IMG_0456Chagres River (Gamboa Rain Forest, Panama)


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Up For The Challenge?

This is the first time I’ve run a post like this, but it’s so unusual and so beautiful I have to let my readers know about it.

A new person has chosen to follow my blog. Why? I haven’t a clue, but their blog is so unique, so worth looking at I have to pass it on. It’s called A Word In Your Ear. If you like photography from all over the world you need to take a look at this.

“Skinny Wench says, “Once a week I dip into the dictionary and pick a word that the page falls open at, the challenge is to post a picture or use whatever genre you prefer to share what your take on the word is

“If you are taking part don’t forget to :-

“Create a post and add a link/pingback to this one so others can follow the trail and join in or check out entries of other bloggers.

“Add a tag ‘A Word A Week Challenge’ in your ‘tags’ box so I can find your post easily if you would like a chance to reblogged –  I like to share your posts with the rest of my readers and highlight new bloggers on the grid.

“Hit the follow button if you would like an automatic alert for this challenge each week.

“You have a week to post if you would like to take part – I normally post a new word each Sunday.”

You may want to take the challenge.

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I Wonder…

Ants navigate in their world by following scent trails as they forage away from their underground homes. It’s the only way they can find their way back.

I wonder what happens to the ones that are thrown far away from their scent trails whenever I sweep the front porch. Do they ever find their way home again? Do they get adopted by another colony of nearby ants or are they killed for being an enemy intruder? Or do they simply starve to death far away from home?


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