With five days to go, the Alphabet Challenge “T” Stories voting round heated up into a frenzy of votes and drastic moves in the standings of individual stories. It’s good to see the activity pick up a bit as we approach the end of the voting block. Perhaps we’ll top the record set last week (but still far from the once-hoped-for 100 votes mark).
If you’re a reader of our stories and someone who votes, thank you in advance for casting a vote for your favorite of the three. Links to the stories and the poll for voting for “Alphabet Challenge T-Stories” are HERE(link) Votes will be accepted until noon, Chicago time, on November 27th.
As usual, let me know if something goes wrong with the voting . . . and today I decided to process a few more photos of flowers captured with the D100.
That’s a Stella D’Oro daylily. Artified, of course.
Today’s flowers are from thirteen years ago (July of 2007). I made a mistake yesterday by saying the photos were from 2014 , or six years ago. They were actually from 2004, or sixteen years ago.
Normally, in these posts, I link to older posts that might be of interest to other bloggers. Today, here’s a LINK to a post with photos from my then Samsung Note II.
There be flowers in that post, too, but for now, let me continue with the flowers in this post.
What I notice with today’s ‘paintings’ is that they don’t have the same impact as yesterday’s offerings, and I think I know why . . . It’s because they are cultivated flowers instead of wildflowers.
Here, let me show you . . .
Before I wrap this up, here’s another LINK to a post some might enjoy . . . if they have an hour to spare (or, 30 seconds if they just glance at it).
Until next time, TTFN. But first . . .
Here’s the LINK to the SmugMug Gallery. And here is the gallery of the above photos:
That’s it. This post has ended . . . except for the stuff below.
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