23 January 2011

Fun Photo Challenges!

And now here are my takes for Ashley's Scavenger Hunt Sunday:


This is an old photograph of me with my siblings Joey, Luchie, Loyd and Jojo taken when I was around 10 months old in December. Yes, I was the baby in the picture in Luchie's lap! I incorporated our adult pictures beside the original to show the similarity. Isn't it amazing?


I chanced upon this fascinating shape while looking for Ms Spiderpie last week. From that small corner, MsSpiderpie's prolific clan built webs all over and beyond to the trees!


This is the doorway of the church in my Aunt Genia's village when we visited her last Christmas. This church has a passage from the SM mall to their private subdivision so it was quite convenient to pass by the church for a short prayer and later to the mall after visiting her! ;-)


I got several of this play marble lying on a huge glazed clay bowl on our center table in the living room to absorb negative energies from the room. As you can see, it is time to clear them again! But even with all the energy blocked inside it, it was still able to reflect Heaven's garden well!


One of my silver cuffs I got years ago and still workable to pair for any cool outfit today! What an investment!

And here is another of my silver cuffs for Amy's Color Splash Sunday:


Ashley Sisk said...

Nicely done this week - I like your reflection shot a lot. Have a wonderful week.

Amy said...

Your cuffs are gorgeous! And the way you incorporated your adult faces into your Memories photo is so creative. :)

Cat Chat With Caren And Cody said...

your photos are beautiful!
You were such a pretty baby and you are still pretty! Very good idea to put the adult photo next to the younger ones :)

Sweepy said...

Woof Keeper I'm doing this too!
I like spiderpie's lair.

Seizing My Day said...

pretty marble pic... I love marbles!

julie said...

Great interpretations...really like your doorway shot :)

Phoenix Peacock said...

Beautiful silver cuffs!! What cool pieces of jewelry. And I love the reflection shot.