Saturday, September 20, 2008

It's Not Easy Being Green

These are the pictures that I have taken, that qualify for the "Green" Round Robin Photo Challenge. I am a new person to their challenge, but it should be interesting! This shot of the Pine tree was taken in a local park in August.


This is a Burr Oak (Quercus macrocarpa) Tree with its catkins, this was taken in our yard in June.
This was taken in June in a local park, the Canadian Geese were raising their young there. To me all these pictures say GREEN!

9 comments:

  1. Hi Connie

    And Welcome to the Round Robin Challenges, my name is Carly. You did a great job with your very first time playing with us, your photos are quite lovely. I am so glad you could join us for the challenge. I hope you will play along again. We will be posting a new challenge on the Round Robin blog later this weekend, and the date for that challenge will be in a couple weeks.

    Of all your photos, I think I enjoyed the middle one the best. It was such a lovely scene. So peaceful, I could look at it all night! Once again, welcome, and thanks so much for playing along with the challenge!

    Always, Carly
    http://ellipsissuddenlycarly.blogspot.com

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  2. Hi, Connie, and welcome to the Robins! I love the Burr Oak shot. I don't think I've ever seen or heard of catkins before. They're really interesting looking, especially with the contrasting shade of green. I look forward to seeing more Round Robin entries from you.

    P.S I love your dog!

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  3. Thank you Carly and Karen for the warm welcome! I just take photos for fun! It's a great hobby!
    Karen, We love our dog "Chance" also..he is VERY spoiled! Glad you all stopped by, I made all the rounds to the links, left comments at all except for the AOL ones..I do not have a Aol account. It was great fun seeing all the Green!

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  4. Very beautiful shots ! welcome to Round Robin I am sure you will have fun with us !

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  5. Lovely green views! I like the Burr Oak. Really pretty and neat.

    Good job!

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  6. WElsomce...you'll have lots of fun. The shots are really soothing. My favorite are the geese. They have always faciated me! I love the honking. My Dad has some wooden ones hanging in his living room ceiling. They are handcrafted and beautiful!

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  7. Thanks for stopping by!
    Steven, gattina and jan! I am glad you took the time to look at my entry:)

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  8. Welcome to Round Robin! This is only one of the first few times I've joined myself. Great photos of green! Blessings.

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  9. The close up of the tree is a really nice shot. Very refreshing and reminds me a crisp fall da.

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Thanks for stopping by! I appreciate your comments! If you have a question I will try to answer it here. Connie