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

This Monday came close to getting away from me. I blame it on way too much running around, attempting to get caught up on far too many things. Fortunately, a small portion of Monday still exists, allowing me to dedicate time to posting the latest, ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’ piece.

Venturing back to Friday last, I left you all with the latest prompt for this week’s challenge:

INTERIORS

I could have taken this prompt in a number of directions. That’s only possible because my buddy Dale and I pretty much encourage anyone taking on our challenges to define them however you want. We do the same…

With that said, the INTERIORS I chose come from a series of shots I took at the amazing Conservatory of Flowers in the massive Golden Gate Park. What do you think?

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Joining our challenge isn’t that hard. Here’s what you’d need to do:

Create your post as usual.Fashion a ‘pingback’ by copying your new post’s URL and pasting it into the comment section of either this post or Dale’s Monday challenge post. Be sure to use our #CosPhoChal tag. Publish and you’re done!

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16 thoughts on “K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Interiors

        1. Oh, definitely will check out the link! Thanks for adding it. Yeah, it’s been really cold here (for us Californians!), but the other day I saw a hawk building a nest so I guess that’s a good sign nature is ramping up to put on a nice spring show. My goal is to get to and photograph more of the conservatories and habitats here that I’ve never visited. We’ll see!

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        2. Wow! I’ve never heard of the Eden Project before. This is amazing. Our Conservatory of Flowers is nice, but this… man, I’d be there as often as possible if I were you or if I lived nearby.

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    1. Funny, I always imagined a huge conservatory in Vancouver! I’ll have to do a post soon of the exterior of ours here in San Francisco to provide perspective. It’s not massive, but it is cool, especially this time of year.

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