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Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrast
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The third photo is stunning. Beautiful contrast and rich colors.
Thanks, Kris. That was taken in October 2010 in Cambridge, Massachusetts. We were walking to Mount Auburn Cemetery, and I had never before seen such a blue sky and colorful leaves as that fall day.
Great pictures, Susan. Ben really looks like he’s taking your niece’s comments to heart.
Yes, he is a very thoughtful man, Al. He ponders long and hard before he speaks. In fact, I can guarantee that he still hasn’t replied.
Great examples! I especially like your niece’s angel wings. 🙂
Thanks, Patti. They are so fitting!
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I love your photos! Being a native Philadelphian, I especially love the one of your niece with Ben Franklin! It is so nice she can now prove her angel-ness. I also love the leaves against that sky, and the subtle contrast of the ponys. It must be exciting to be there, my brother and his family went one year, I hear it is visually stunning, but physically uncomfortable with the biting flies the size of crows and plentiful!
Thanks, Carol. Don’t get me started on those biting flies! I didn’t realize you were originally from Philly. We lived in West Chester for two years, and our youngest son was born in Bryn Mawr. Maybe we wrote about this to each other before. I can’t remember anything!
I’d love to have a conversation with old Ben. 🙂
I would, too, Brooklyn. What a character he was!
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These are such beautiful picture!
Thanks, Leah. The ponies are my favorite.
Beautiful contracts! The wings made me smile. Thank you for sharing, Susan!
The wings made me smile, too, especially since I hadn’t even noticed that I captured them when I took the picture.
The wings were a wonderful capture!
I’ve looked at that picture mant times, Margie, and just this time noticed the wings.
Gorgeous! I love the photo of the brightly colored leaves against the very blue sky.
Thanks, DF. The sky was so blue that day, it was startling.
Wonderful contrast Susan. the ponies are amazing.
Have you ever been to Chincoteague? I always wanted to go to Pony Penning, and now we only live two hours from there. I hear it is a madhouse during Pony Penning time, though, so just living near it is good enough for me.
No, I don’t even know where or what that is. Sounds like the same problem we have here with Holland and Tulip Time. The tulips are beautiful, but the little town is so overrun with tourists that most natives stay away and come see the tulips the week after.
I know what you mean, HG. I get my beach time in at the resort area at the Oceanfront before the tourists come. I rarely go down there in the summer. I’d much rather go to the town beaches that the tourists don’t know about.