The action for the Alphabet Challenge “N” Stories voting has been hot and heavy these last few days. A good thing to see and likely due to Sunday’s noon deadline, when the poll will close.Just a friendly reminder that — if you want to participate — you have until then to vote.
And, no, not by mail because The Orange Blob is continuing his efforts to turn the once-mighty USA into a Banana Republic, this time by deprecating the Post Office. As a nation, we’ve come a long way down from our lofty ideals.
For example, we once thought a functioning and reliable Post Office was crucial to our country’s future . . . now, not so much, at least if you listen to certain people. Like I said, every day, there is less and less to calm the nerves and soothe the soul (I mean, if I had a soul, which I don’t).
I still somewhat trust the security of the poll, so if readers have yet to do so, they can still — but not for long — read the stories and cast a vote for their favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge N-Stories” are HERE.<<<Link
So, Western Landscapes and sights . . .
Here’s a shot from Garden of the Gods (sans actual gods) in Colorado Springs, Colorado . . .
Again, not a bad shot or awful processing, but it’s not like the first photo.
To show you what I mean, here’s a zoomed-in photo of the tree in the first photo and processed the same way (which, again, I can’t now duplicate) . . . .
The new Gallery for the reminder photos is HERE<<<Link.
I’ve had a fair number of posts either relating or about Garden of the God. To peruse them, click HERE.<<link
If you just want to see photos, then THIS<<link is for you.
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