Rounded: Weekly Photo Challenge

Today’s response to the Weekly Photo Challenge  – Rounded – comes from our own garden.  The first gallery is an uplifting sight, fruit and vegetables, all home-grown.  (Not the egg and the teapot, of course)  🙂

 

And the second, quite sad, as yesterday we said goodbye to two pine trees, unfortunately proving to be hazardous both in their proximity to the house, and their invasive root systems. 

 

To see other ’rounded’ responses to the challenge, click on the link above.

About Sandra

I cruise the French waterways with my husband four or five months a year, and write fiction and poetry. I love animals, F1 motor racing, French bread and my husband, though not necessarily in that order.
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5 Responses to Rounded: Weekly Photo Challenge

  1. For some reason, the cauliflower shot really appeals to me. I think it’s the color and shape of the leaves that are still on it. Wood makes me think of fires and fireplaces, which make me think of our wood-burning stove, which I miss so much this time of year!! Pine isn’t the best to burn, but it makes me think of warmth and coziness.

    janet

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    • Sandra says:

      When I was wandering around the devastation afterwards, the aroma of pine was almost overpowering, Janet. I guess the tree surgeon sells all this stuff after taking it away, but it’ll need to dry out for some time, I suppose

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  2. I love your ideas. Wonderful use of the challenge.

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  3. Anju Raj says:

    Beautiful entries!

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  4. Pingback: WPC: Well Rounded | Lillie-Put

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