Sara Rosso posted a beautiful example for this weeks photo challenge.
This weeks theme is Pattern. I have been doing a little sewing (a little is all I know how to do) but that is not the pattern Sara had in mind. Shucks! I had just relearned how to load the bobbin.
Oh well, look at this cool Polyphemus I found last week.
And this is what he/she looked like in November. Not the same pattern but lovely still.
Alas I ate a portion so you could see the pattern here.
Yum Hmm, the sacrifices I make. 😉
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You showed great strength and willpower! There would not have been anything left of the strawberry to photograph except little green leaves if I was taking the photo.
lol. I have since eaten the little green leaves and all.
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Awesome! The strawberry and chocolate had my mouth watering. Very cool images.
Thank you Brad. Shame we can’t lick the monitor and taste the image 😉
Great examples! I couldn’t have exercised as much restraint 🙂
Thank you Madhu. I wish I had saved one or two for today. 😦
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Love the patterns. From the graceful butterfly to the playful caterpillar to that tempting sweets. Mmm….
Thank you IT. 🙂
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What we don’t do for the perfect pic. 🙂
I tried to climb a tree last week to get an ‘above’ photo. Did you know that at 61 tree climbing for some is not an option? Probably not, youngster. 🙂
These shots rock!
LOL! Thanks for the laugh. I can’t even imagine where I’ll be in ten years. Heights are already becoming an issue.
Height have always been an issue. ,someday I’ll tell you about climbing Mt. Washington! Ha!
I look forward to it. 🙂
Part of the story – when you have a minute 🙂
Have a super week.
Way to accept a challenge!
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