Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #136: Subjects Starting with the Letter–S

This time, Patti wants us to focus on the letter S.  What images can you find that feature a subject that begins with the letter S?

S for snow:

Never in a million years, did I think that I would take photos of snow in our backyard. The week before the snow storm, it was at around mid 70s F during the daytime, and we though the snow storm will come and go quickly. Boy, were we wrong…

A blast of arctic air swept through Texas brought ice, snow and record-low temperatures that haven’t been felt in decades. According to weather report, we had inches of snow and icy rain from North to South. The brutal temperatures caused millions of people faced burst pipes and power outages.

Many thanks to Sheetal for her fabulous “A Glimpse of My World”– the wonders of the Beatles ashram and the Ganga Aarti ceremony in Rishikesh, India. Due to the power outage and the inconsistency of wifi, I haven’t been able to visit your post. I apologize.

We are looking forward to having a sunny, warmer week ahead. S for sunflower.

This week, Patti shows us various subjects starting with the Letter S. Please click and enjoy her images. We hope to see your creative photos. In your post, include a link to Patti’s original post and use the Lens-Artists tag so that everyone can find your post in the WP Reader. Join the fun!

Next week, Ann-Christine will be hosting Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #137, so please be sure to visit her site and join us.

90 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #136: Subjects Starting with the Letter–S

  1. Amy, you are so diligent to visit every one of your LAPC even when we don’t put in an appearance that week. Thanks for all you do. I hope that your bad weather has blown away by now. Your snowy pictures look gorgeous, as does the warmer, sunflower. 🙂

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    • Thank you for commenting, Henry. The brutal temperature and power outage, and water were so unexpected. We didn’t run into water problem, Thank Goodness. Some places had 3 day power outage…
      Everything is back to normal now. 🙂

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  4. I am so glad to see you posting and sharing your beautiful photos, Amy. I thought of you this weekend and hoped you were not without power? Your snow photos are so interesting, and indeed, unexpected! I’m glad the arctic cold seems to be on the way out!

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    • Thank you for your thought, Debra. The power outage lasted 20 hours, some places had over 2, 3 days.
      We are glad the warm weather is back. It was at low 70s. 🙂

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