Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #91: Simplicity

For this week’s challenge, Patti wants to we’re getting back to basics and invite us to show what simplicity means to us.

More and more of us feel like we’re returning to a simpler time”, so true.

I’ve downloaded a few e-books, and I am about to finish reading the “Becoming” by Michelle Obama, and the Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover is my next reading. I also have enjoyed “Oprah’s 2020 Vision: Your Life in Focus” on Youtube; special guests have openly shared their wellness journeys, and talked about how they develop their visions for themselves, community, and the world. I also reserve time during the day for the TED Talks.  

We’re looking forward to seeing your creative and unique interpretations of “Simplicity”. Patti reminds us, “Through our wonderful, dynamic online community, we can continue to support and reassure each other that we are not alone in this unsettling and often anxious time.”

This smart device still amazes me. One simple, gentle finger touch, I can chat/blog, view/take photos, read books, listen to music, or watch performances… When I’m holding it, it calms me down and gives me a sense of connecting to the world in this unsettling time.

(Photo from Apple.com.)

 

If you join us, include a link to Patti’s original challenge post and use the “Lens-Artists” tag so we can find your post in the Reader.

We’re also delighted to announce that next week’s challenge will be led by our next guest host–John Steiner of Journeys with Johnbo.  Welcome, John!  We’re excited that you’re joining us.

Here’s our schedule for the rest of April:

Cee’s On the Hunt for Joy Challenge: Week 13

The topic for this week is “Paint your front door“.

Cee gives us a tip from Ingrid Fetell Lee:  Paint your front door: It’s the first thing you see when you get home and the last thing you see when you leave, so a small pop of color here can make a big impact.

Cee got the idea for this challenge from Ingrid Fetell Lee, “I am always out looking for joyful things to photograph and thought it would make a great challenge.”

Thank you, Cee for this beautiful, creative, and inspiring Photo Challenge! 🙂

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