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Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Front & Back

Tuesday is upon us, which means WWC time is here again. Brought to us by the lovely and talented Tink, of Pickled Beef, our challenge this week is to interpret Front & Back. Here's my take.
Front:
on the first dayof our vacation(front) this beauty landed on our car, welcoming us to Oglebay
The front of the gardens housed a greenhouse with these orchads

I wanna go BACK so I can see more of those sunsets!
That's it for this week's installmemt, remember, if you want to join the fun, go see Tink, and remember, there's also a flickr group for the WWC! Hope to see your photos there!

17 cookies cracked:

Tink said...

Gorgeous sunset picture! I like the moth too. Although he looks like he's about to get squashed. :)

Leighann said...

Even in pictures, bugs creep me out. I'm such a wanker!

Beautiful flowers and wonderful sunset!

g-man said...

Leighann IS a wanker!

That is one amazing bug. Well done! I want to be on vacation too.

Krishna said...

That first pic is interesting. I like your play on works, I wanna go back on vacation too.

Jay said...

That is a really funky looking creature in the first pic. I might run screaming from something like that. ;-)

Janet said...

wow, what a gorgeous Luna Moth!!!

moo said...

Wow, that is one HUGE moth ... gorgeous, though!

Karen said...

Beautiful pictures! That sunset is just gorgeous.

Mandy said...

I love your interpretation of the words:)

Reb said...

Beautiful shots!

Leah J. Utas said...

Those orchids look like liviing creatures.
Fantastic.

Chatty said...

What magnificent shots you got for this week! Lovely work.

WomensDaily said...

I haven't seen a sunset like that in awhile. It's beautiful!

Newt said...

Those are beautiful! Wow!!!!

Fortune Cookies said...

Tink -no worries, I made sure he was gone before we drove anywhere!

leighann - even a beautiful luna moth? he eats the creapy bugs.

gman - vacation rocks, but now I need a vacation to recover from my vacation!

krishna - thanks! I'm always ready to go back on vacation, if only there was a way to suddenly become independantly wealthy...

jay - unless you are a beetle or fly or other such insect, no need to run screeming from a luna moth...she's relatively harmless, but impressive, eh?

Janet - wasn't she though? It was the only one I saw, but she was a splendid specimin!

moo - I wish I'd of place my hand next to her to show just how big she really was, that was the tire of an SUV that she was resting on...quite a large moth for sure!

Karen - each night the sunsets outdid the previous night's sunset, they were brilliant!

mandy - why, thanks! hope you stop by again!

reb - well,thanks, but I'm just trying to keep up with you ;)

leah - those orchads were captivating, there were several that I wanted to just stay eith and photograph all day... thanks for stopping by, come back anytime!

Chatty - thanks so much! Mama nature helped me out this week...

womensdaily - everyone needs to see a sunset like that at least once a year, I believe.

newt - muchas gracias!

gary rith said...

OH MY GOODNESS YOUR PICS ARE SOOOOO GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!!!! Man, I wanna hang out with your people, you see such interesting things.

Real Live Lesbian said...

Gorgeous all around...but the orchids are my favs!

I drew a pic of a Luna Moth when I was in 7th grade. It was on a 3' poster board. That's a lotta moth!