Pick a Word – April 2022

Lost in Translation’s Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word April 2022

A bit of thinking to be done with Paula’s words this month. Here they are, let’s see what I can conjure up this month to match a photo with her words.

ABLAZE

BASTION

FLAMING

SALIENT

SKYLINE

Around the bend

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #191: Curves

A mix of old, nature, travel and buildings that have curves, bends and twists

Do you have any chilies

Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Cold, Chilly or Chili

As I don’t do cold very well but I do have a few food photos. Here are a few chilies at markets from my travels

Barcelona

Genoa

Pick a Word – November 2021

Lost in Translation’s Thursdays Special: Pick a Word November 2021

Here is my November song to have a listen while looking at blogs

Paulas words are:

EMBELLISHED

LEAFAGE

PANORAMIC

PONDEROUS

SURROUNDED

Photo Challenge – week 2

Aletta from nowathome nominated me for this weekly photo challenge

Feel free to join in this photo challenge (everyone is welcome). Show your best photos, but let’s make this tricky to guess where the photos are taken.

If you participate in this photo challenge, this is what you need to do:

  • Post one of your favourite photos each week for four weeks. It is a monthly challenge but as I started in the middle of the month, four weeks is what I am doing.
  • The photo can be from any time and anywhere, so start sifting through those old memories and photo albums.
  • Post the photo without any explanation and ask your readers where they think the photo was taken for a little guessing fun.
  • Nominate someone each Sunday. You can post wherever you wish although please link to me, so that I know you have accepted the #photochallenge. Today I am nominating Donna from Wind Kisses who has some of the most stunning US hiking scenery photos.

Pick a Word – June 2021

Lost in Translation’s Thursdays Special: PICK A WORD – June 2021

It’s that time again for my favourite Photo Challenge. Let’s see what photos I can find to satisfy Paula’s wonderful words

CONTINUITY

INWARD

PEDESTRIAN

REFLECTING

STRONGHOLD

How did I go?