Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #148 – Spots and Dots

This week, Ann-Christine leads the “Spots and Dots” theme. She invites us to join and have fun.

Here is my take on:

We didn’t get much rain in April, but May has been a wet month here.

You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards.

Steve Jobs

Ann-Christine invits us to have fun with this theme, Click here to see her amazing images!

Beautiful glass paper weight exhibit at the Art Institute of Chicago. A special spot for this beautiful, unique collection:

Thank you for participating last week’s photo challenge. We get to visit  fabulous gardens around the world and your own beautiful garden through your lens.

Next week, Tina will be hosting Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #149. please be sure to visit her site.

83 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #148 – Spots and Dots

  1. Hi Amy

    Your second photo, the one of the leaf with water droplets, is stunning. It is so vivid I can almost imagine reaching through the monitor to touch it and feel moisture on my fingertip. The glass paperweight exhibit is quite a unique presentation. I would love to hold them in my hands. Thanks for sharing your dots and spots!

    Here’s my offering for this week’s challenge:

    Beautiful Great Blue Heron Gets the Point (Memory Lane Nbr 1)

    Best, Babsje

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Pingback: Beautiful Great Blue Heron Gets the Point (Memory Lane Nbr 1) | Babsje Heron

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