This Weekly Photo Challenge is to show something that is between two things. When Donghee and I were traveling New Zealand, we didn’t have smart phones or GPS. We used good, old-fashioned maps to get around. We were on our … Continue reading
I love using the weekly photo challenge to show off my wedding photos:) This is a photo of our first dance as Mr. & Mrs. I love that our photographer got a photo of us from the loft. Such a … Continue reading
When I saw the subject for this week’s photo challenge, I immediately thought of our engagement photos from Korea. Threshold is defined as that point just before a new beginning. These photos capture the literal threshold of a door, but … Continue reading
Yet another photo challenge photo from Prague. What can I say? It’s a beautiful city!
I took this photo while walking in a park in Bucheon, South Korea. I thought these photos of the Charlotte skyline were interesting. It almost looks like a reflection in a lake, but they are actually reflecting off the roof … Continue reading
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I’m a little behind with this photo challenge. I used our new baby chicks as subjects for the “threes” photo challenge a few weeks ago. They’ve grown a lot since then! Here’s one of the chicks for last week’s “inside” … Continue reading
A field of wildflowers… Prague’s Old Town Square.
Sedlec Ossuary aka “The Bone Church” in the Czech Republic attracts many tourists, but the fact that this church is decorated with the bones of 40,000 human skeletons kinda gives it that eerie, abandoned feeling. That last picture is … Continue reading
My dad went fishing over the weekend and came home with 6 baby chicks! He’d been talking about getting chickens for a while, but we were all surprised when he came through the door with a box of cute little … Continue reading
When I saw the topic for this week’s photo challenge, I immediately thought of my wedding rings. Not only are they a symbol of my marriage and a reminder of the man I love more than anything, but they were … Continue reading