Anne-Christine has picked several words to inspire us to share our photos. My pictures come from this week and trips from long, long ago.
Nutter Butter has known from kittyhood how to relax anywhere.
Precarious position or not, Nutters is comfortable
From May until the weather cools down strawberry plants forget about their obligation to produce berries and shoot out runners instead.
The runners create a different problem. Weeding.
This weed entangles itself into the roots of the new plants, making them impossible to remove without disturbing the new strawberry plants.
The strawberries worked for both tangled and crowded, but since I was organizing my old pictures, chose to include my 1988 trip to Italy. This was my first exposure to crowded. Even Los Angeles seemed empty compared to the crowds we experienced walking in Europe.
Nothing beats children to illustrate the word exuberant. Some of them are more exuberant than others especially if they see a camera.
Exuberance does get the looks.
Tim hides his exuberance well, but look at his shoulders. He is excited and up to something.
I hope you enjoyed this week’s #Lens-Artist’s challenge.
Next week’s challenge will be hosted by: Rusha Sams of Oh The Places We See
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