“Here’s what’s that?” and “K” stories voting reminder

Voting on the “K” stories is still abysmally slow . . . probably because I let the other two writers down in the last few rounds. Still, if you want to support the other writers, give them a read (there’s at least one good one, I’d wager), and if you’ve read them, you can vote for the “Alphabet Challenge K-Stories” HERE.<<<This Is A Link

Clicking on the above link will take you to the post with the poll where you can cast your vote. The post also contains links to the individual stories. After voting, readers can — if so moved — spread the news about the story to friends and family. Or, not. But, we hope for yes.

So . . . here’s the answer to “what’s that?” from the last post . . .

“What’s that?” — No. 1 — the remnants of a clematis flower.

After a rainstorm, of course.

I thought more people would get this one since this flower was featured extensively in THIS POST. <<<This is a link.

“What’s that?” — No. 2 — Magnolia tree bud

There was one correct guess, and I’m assuming it’s because the person that guessed (Pam) sees a lot of these where she lives. Or, maybe not, and she’s just a good botanist.

Everyone got the bunny, so I won’t repeat it . . . but I will offer up another denizen from deep in my yard. Yes, another Robin . . . and this one looks like he fished a little ball of light from the birdbath.

A few people guessed the tomato . . .

“What’s that?” — No. 4 — a tomato

I wasn’t going to reveal the last one unless someone guessed it (but I still plan a post about it).

Yes, it’s Popeye, but not in my yard . . . although I wish it were.

More on Popeye on its own post (soon).

As I know some people like B&G&W photos, here’s the above treated to monochrome.

As usual, you can go see the full-size versions (although they’re not all that much larger) in this SmugMug Gallery. <<<This is a link

Here’s a randomly-arranged gallery of the above.

That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.


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