Lens Artists Photo Challenge #181: Double Dipping

This week, Tina leads “Double Dipping”.  She gives us an opportunity to explore and link to some of the other creative photo challenges. 

Cee’s MMC is fun place to share our photos based on her theme. This image below is for CMMC week’s Macro or Close Up:

Jez’s Water Water Everywhere photo challenge gives us windows of opportunity to share the water images we captured around us.

Special thanks to Cee for showing us the beauty of flowers everyday. Cee has taught many of us how to photography these beauties through her Flower of the Day (FOTD) Challenge.

The image below is my last cell image of 2021 for Brian’s Last Last on the Card and for Johnbo’s Cellpic Sunday.

While taking my morning walk, I looked up the sky, somehow I remembered this quote from the Beneath a Scarlet Sky by Mark Sullivan:

“I really do sense clouds wanting to lift and the sun wanting to rise…”

We hope you’ll join us. Please be sure to include the Lens-Artists tag of your post, and to link to Tina’s original post as well as the challenges you selected to feature.

Many thanks for sharing your wonderful images and stories in last week’s Favorites Challenge. Stay tuned for next week’s LAPC, hosted by Patti on her Pilotfish blog site.

71 thoughts on “Lens Artists Photo Challenge #181: Double Dipping

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  2. I really enjoyed all your photos, Amy, a beautiful array of the beauties of nature. I really like the second one for its distinctly tropical cypress scene. And the cloud photo was breathtaking.


  3. Love your choices, Amy – and the caterpillars are my absolute favourites! Wonderful photography again, and i admire you contributing to so many challenges. I wish I could muster the energy…but it is low nowadays.

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