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Monday, April 14, 2008

WWC - Close-up and Background

It's time for another installment of the WWC. If you want to play along, stop by Tink's, she'll get you rolling.

The words this week were :

Close-up & Background

Good wor
ds to play with this week, Tink! Here's my interpretation:

(click on player to see larger images)

The words for next week are:

and don't forget, if you want to play, visit Tink, she'll tell you how to get the WWC party started on your blog!

10 cookies cracked:

Jay said...

Great job on this weeks words. Sunny is a good looking puppy!

I like the close-up of the tree best.

Karen said...

Cool pics. And I like that viewer - so high tech!

gr said...

yay Sunny! and violets!

Anonymous said...

Those are some beautiful trees!
Sunny makes me smile. :)

moo said...

wow, those nature shots are FANTASTIC. I so want to be where you were!

Tink said...

I'm in love with that tree! It reminds me of Fern Gully.

Reb said...

Lovely shots - the fallen tree is great! Sunny is beautiful.

R.E.H. said...

Love the trees growing "close-up"!

Wonderful pictures all of them - the raindrops were really cool!

Fortune Cookies said...

Jay - Sunny says ruff, ruff, ruff.

Karen - thanks! I like the picassa viewer too.

gr - thanks for stopping by! sunny appreciates attention.

kcinnova - sunny makes everyone smile! :) she can't help it - she's got it like that.

moo- the woods of Tennessee are beautiful, aren't they?!

Tink - I thought of Fern Gully too! that's why I snapped the shot!

reb - thanks! sunny says thanks so much too! She's blushing from all her compliments.

r.e.h.- i'm partial to the raindrops too! those trees look cozy together, don't they?

Chatty said...

Sunny is a beautiful girl - ready for her close-up, indeed. For some reason, the close-up of raindrops, and the tree roots really resonated with me - I suppose because I was brought up in the midwest, and sights like that were frequent, and taken for granted. California and Arizona don't have much rain, after all - and Arizona especially is lame in the old, established tree department - at least here where I live. I loved them all. Thanks!