I have been nominated by fellow blogger, Cee at Cee’s Photography to participate in a challenge called Seven Day Nature Photo Challenge. Cee has a detailed photographic eye I admire, and a gifted talent I envy (all in a good way). I love to see picturesque treasures through her eyes.
Although, it has been awhile since I have provided daily posts, I gladly accept Cee’s nomination to continue the series. 😀
To take part in the challenge, I’m supposed to post one photo per day for seven days, focusing on anything from the natural world. Each day I should nominate a new member.
To start … I would like to nominate Mama Cormier.
If anyone who follows me would like to be nominated to participate in this challenge, please contact me or leave a message in the comments … I will be delighted to nominate you.
Here is my Day One Nature Photo. ENJOY!!
Bluebonnet season in Texas
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So beautiful! Looks like new barbed wire…Sure remember climbing over old rusted wire in Oklahoma.
I’ve seen so many people doing this challenge. Please Nominate me. I’m ready to celebrate nature as we get close to Earth Day!!
I will be DE-LIGHTED to do so, Carol! What a great idea and way to celebrate Earth Day! Thank you!! 🙂
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I am so thrilled you want to play along Becca. We go back so many years of us blogging. Mama Cormier is a wonderful person to nominate. I love your blue flowers 😀
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Thanks, Cee! Wildflower season in Texas is my favorite — seeing blankets of color along the highways and byways make me smile! Although, this year we did not get the usual full effect — it is still a wonderful spy! 😀
This is so “Texas.” On the other hand, I’ve only seen a few bluebonnets this year, as they aren’t very common down here. I have to head north to start seeing them — at least, north of Houston. It’s a great photo — I’m looking forward to seeing that else you offer this week!
This is one of the lightest in memory for the Spring Wildflowers — they always make me smile! I guess the fluctuations in weather made an impact! A few is better than none — 😀