WW: A Faerie house, hydragea blue, and B&W church

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My first digital camera was a Canon Powershot SD8800. The crisp, clarity of each photo captured with this small point n’ shoot amazes me, not to mention the vivid colors the processor produces. I haven’t used it since getting my big girl camera, but while going through my archives I thought these were too interesting to pass up.

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Somewhere along the Blue Ridge Parkway, this upturned mushroom caught my fancy. I imagined a faerie living beneath its canopy but didn’t see evidence to support my suspicions. Maybe, she is shy and ran away to hide. What do you think?

 

 

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My mother-in-law (may she RIP) had the most beautiful hydrangea plants. I snapped this in July 2011 using the macro setting on the camera. I loved how the elements played together in this one shot ~ lovely flower, an insect, & rain drops made this image special.

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Old churches are fascinating is in Rutledge, Tennessee on Main Street. I do not remember if there was a historical marker or not. Regardless of its history, the old stained windows and steeple won me over. The sky was a stunningly rich blue with gorgeous fluffy clouds when I snapped this photo. To bring out the cemetery’s eerie, mysterious feel, I converted it to B&W.

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Thank you for making me apart of your day.  Today’s photos are a contribution on several of the fine Wordless Wednesday communities listed on my Daily Blogs Hop page. Please leave your comments footprints so that I know you came by and I will hop over to your place soon. Have a fototastic day!

 

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19 thoughts on “WW: A Faerie house, hydragea blue, and B&W church

  1. Rorybore

    That is just what I would imagine a little fairy house to look like!! So cool. My girls won’t let me trample the ones that grow in our yard – just in case! LOL
    Love the hydrangea’s! gorgeous gorgeous. Cannot wait for my own to bloom — but they are not half as beautiful as this one.
    Wonder shots today!

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  2. wandapsycho

    Mushrooms are magical, and no, I’m not talking about the kind that take people tripping away on a journey to the center of their mind. I mean that whenever I see a circle of mushrooms, a little of my cynicism gets pushed aside and I find myself believing in fairies again.
    There were a few times many years ago when I indulged in that other kind of mushroom. It might explain a few things! 😉
    Thanks for visiting KHEL 666.

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  3. Sue

    Hi, and thank you for sharing at Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) at In Him We Live and Move and Have Our Being. I wanted to let you know that I’m transitioning to a new site – http://image-in-ing.blogspot.com – which will have a photography focus. Currently there are two pages. One is where I will host Wordless Wednesday (on Tuesday) each week at midnight on Tuesday, Eastern Standard Time. The second is a place for you to link up your main blog url if you host a weekly Wordless linkup. Eventually I hope to include some photography how-to’s and resources. If you have any suggestions of content you’d be interested in, please email me at image.in.ing at gmail dot com.

    Thanks, and I hope to see you there!

    Sue

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