one that made me laugh when I saw it
Thanks to Becky B for hosting
kindasquare in the month of October. I tried to participate as much as I could but with everything that happened in October I didn’t make my blog my first priority. Last week my husband and I needed a break so we took a little trip for a change of scenery. Needless to say I did no blogging while away. Here is my last entry for this challenge, albeit a few days late. https://beckybofwinchester.com/2020/10/31/kinda-square-31/
….thanks to Becky B for hosting
kindasquare for the month of October https://beckybofwinchester.com/2020/10/27/kinda-square-27/
I love or take kindly to the eyes of animals and birds. I often wonder what they’re thinking and try to see if there are any clues in the eyes.
Posted in Animals, birds, Challenge, daily photo challenge, Photography, Square Photo Challenge |
Tagged Barbary kid, Becky B, daily photo challenge, emu, High Park Zoo, Highland Cattle, kindasquare, October squares, photography, Toronto |
Posted in Animals, Challenge, parks, Photography, Toronto, Weekly Photo Challenge |
Tagged Barbary sheep, Becky B, daily photo challenge, High Park Zoo, kindasquare, Oct. 25, October squares, photography |
if a painting is not on a wall is it still considered a mural
Thanks to Becky B for hosting October Squares…..kindasquare.
This painting was on the side of a shipping container. It is located next to the road that goes through the High Park Zoo.
thanks to Becky B for hosting kindasquare in October
An unexpected walk in High Park today brought me to the High Park Zoo where I met this lovely girl.
Posted in Animals, Challenge, daily photo challenge, parks, Photography, Square Photo Challenge, Toronto, walking |
Tagged Becky B., High Park Zoo, Highland Cattle, kindasquare, Oct. 14, October square challeng, photography |
thanks to Becky B for hosting kindasquare for the month of October https://beckybofwinchester.com/2020/10/13/kinda-square-13/
My square photo is very similar to Becky’s photo today. This lovely Autumn planter has beautiful peppers at the base of the arrangement. Does anyone know if these peppers are edible?