For this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, Tina choose:” Spring”, she told that Spring is a season from hope and renewal, dramatic skies, time of rebirth, etc…
Welcome to Spring and all the newness this season brings. Its rain, daffodils, sunshine and thunder. Its warmth, colour and a breath of fresh air, little buds and birds chirping. All life crawls out of hibernation and our hearths open.
This week, Patti invites us to capture “A Quiet Moment.”
Learn to love the moments between destinations, the quiet moments with yourself, the slow moment one life seems to be waiting to give you next instructions; trust that you are preparing for the next stages of your life, and be ready when the next door is open, and it’s time to walk inside. (Mark Anthony)
The dog looks mesmerized by the bone and the camera has captured this quiet moment …
This week the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge is organized by a guest-host: Cee leads us to explore “One Single flower” and her favourite quotes is “If we could see the miracle of a single flower clearly, our whole life would change.” Buddha
“Look into a flower and you see the whole cosmos.” Nhat Hanh
Amy is inviting us to share this week Lens-Artists Challenge: Old and New.
“If we don’t care about our past, we can’t hope for the future…”
I take this photo in “The Águas Livres Aqueduct” built in the 1744 with 35 arches cross the valley, and we must see the “Amoreiras’ Tower” one of the high points on the Lisbon skyline built in the 1985.
This week the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge is organized by a guest-host: Sue of Mac’s Girl, and Sue choose the theme: “Pastimes“.
In addition to photography, my favourite pastime is gardening and in this lockdown I took the opportunity to plant some horticultural plants such as: onions, lettuce, tomatoes, beans, chilli, assorted cabbages, cucumbers, peppers and some strawberries. Strawberries are a bit of a job, we have to put a layer underneath so that the strawberries do not pick up soil.