The “K” stories voting period is at the halfway mark and it’s still going pretty slow. It’d be nice of people gave them a read (there’s at least one good one, I’d wager), and if you’ve read them, please vote for your favorite of 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 — and some say “should” — spread the news about the stories to friends and family. Or, not. But, we hope for yes.
So . . . the Round 2 “what’s that?” reveal . . .
Yes, it’s a mushroom.
The “it’s from Hawaiʻi” hint was a bit of a curveball hint . . . but, this mushroom was posted before on the blog (when I was living there) as was this next one.
It’s olive oil, apple cider vinegar, and pepper . . . my usual salad dressing presented in B&G&W.
In color, it might have been easy.
Photographers probably guessed what I was showing in these next offerings . . .
Yes, it’s the flash of a vintage camera.
Now, these next two are also from Hawaiʻi and appeared many times in the blog . . .
OK, so they’re not exactly smiling. A misdirection, that was; that’s their fierce battle-visages, not smiles.
I’ll be curious to see if anyone guessed this next one correctly.
And, I’ll be especially impressed if anyone guessed this one correctly!
The next one isn’t especially difficult but I’d wager not many readers regularly see turtles out an about.
Again, that might have been easier (a lot easier) if presented in color.
Last, but not least . . . The shape of things to come is a tough one . . .
I didn’t bother with the SmugMug gallery because the photos are not that great at full resolution. But, here’s the gallery of the photos and their reveals.
That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.
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