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K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Water

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It’s Monday morning, start of a new week for most of us and time for the ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’.

This week my buddy Dale got the honor of coming up with the challenge and if you’ve been to his site, you know the challenge this time is:

WATER

Yes, water- to be defined in whatever way you choose. I, as I’ve been doing for a while now, chose to go with another slideshow- some of these I gave a bit of photo treatment, while a few are close to the original image I saw through the camera lens.

Both Dale and I have enjoyed the creativity coming through from these challenges and hope to see more of it on this and future episodes.

As always, if you do chose to try it out, it’s not hard. Create your post with a title something close to the one Dale and I use, ping-back by copying the URL in the address bar above your newly created post and add or paste that address into the comment section of either this post or the Monday post offering from Dale. Lastly, add #CosPhoChal to your tags and you are done!

easy right?

UPDATE:

I’ve been adding links to these posts I put up for our challenge to great response. I’m keeping it going with this new challenge:

I linked Dale’s site up above, but here’s a link to his fantastic challenge post

Sue came up with this amazing challenge answer

Check out Marie’s excellent answer right here

KG did an awesome job with this answer

K’lee L. © 2016

27 thoughts on “K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Water

      1. It’s been the hottest summer since I moved to Virginia 9 years ago. But I think we’re in for a little bit of relief soon… thunderstorms forecast for the new few days, so hopefully that will cool things down. Oh, for a nearby ocean. 🙂

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          1. Thanks. I finally did get it. It could have been an interruption in the service. Our internet keeps cutting out, sometimes for hours at a time. I’ll put something together and send it to you (hopefully) this weekend. 🙂

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          2. Good, you got it. I remember visiting a friend in Vermont one year. He actually gave me a warning before we got to his place on the side of a mountain concerning the ‘no internet zone’ surrounding their place. Looking back, I’m actually grateful for the experience. I think we’d all benefit from a few ‘blackout days’ once in a while.

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          3. It’s been peaceful / frustrating, but I don’t need the internet to write. It seems like every time there’s a storm in the area (and they’ve been plentiful this past week), we go out. Sometimes for a couple of hours, sometimes two or three days. We’re in a remote area, so we’re not a priority. We’ve learned to live with it. 🙂

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          4. I’m still struggling with the writing, unfortunately. I enjoyed your piece and there’s definitely something to work with, but I just can’t seem to get my ducks in a row. Our car broke down over the weekend, and my mind’s been all over the place. HOPEFULLY things will settle down soon.

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