Weekly Photo Challenge

WP Weekly Photo Challenge: Peek

This weeks WP Photo Challenge:

Show us just enough of your subject to pique our interest.

What could possibly be inside these slots?


A peek at a dress I am re-fashioning:


A picture of the late Allan Stanley and me. He is signing my jersey.


Remember the B&W photo I took of the glitter top I gave you a peek at and promised to show it when finished? This is what I ended up making it into:


rebel girl

Daily Post Photo Challenge – Windows

This is my entry for the Daily Post Photo Challenge – Windows.

This is the broken glass from this boarded window at a house that no one lives in.



I took this picture looking through the window at the Muskoka Springs building in Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada.


A Photo a Week Challenge: Literary Reference

Here are my entries for Nancy Merrill Photography: A Photo A Week Challenge with the topic Literary Reference.

If you haven’t read my Lucy Maud Montgomery post, you can click here.

Lucy Maud Montgomery was a well known writer. Her Anne of Green Gables books are popular around the globe. What better way to show pictures of the books she read inside the house she lived in:


Some paintings in her home that had books in them:




Weekly Photo Challenge – Ooh, Shiny! – History.

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Ooh, Shiny! What is guaranteed to distract me? Almost anything! Anything with sparkles or glitter, but when it comes to anything with a history or references to it, it stops me in my tracks. If I spot anything old, there is no walking past it. It could be an old nail, tool, book. Just knowing it has a past, a story to tell, I am hooked! One day I will post a story behind a food flipper (on our personal blog), an ordinary kitchen gadget, that has a story behind it.

This Oh Shiny! moment is from our visit to the house Lucy Maud Montgomery lived in and wrote some of her “Anne of Green Gables” books.


I am standing in the very room she sat while writing them!


A picture of her son, Chester, at the water pump:


This pump:


I can’t walk past useful reference books, ever: