Tag Archives: Cee's Midweek Madness Challenge

CMMC: January Color – Pink

Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge color for January is pink. I’ve tried to come up with photos of a variety of objects. The hardest part was choosing just one pink flower!

Pink Office and Art Supplies. 1/14/2021.
Pink Shoelace and Shoe Tongue. 1/14/2021.
Pink Fabric. 1/14/2021.
Pink Glass. Pappajohn Sculpture Park, 1/8/21.
Hibiscus (I think!). Reiman Gardens, Ames, Iowa.

CMMC – Word that Contains the Letter U

Mallard Ducks, Riverfront Park, Billings, Montana. Photo: TLClark, 12/31/2020.

Ducks. For Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge – “Word that Contains the Letter U.”

Ducks in Flight, Riverfront Park, Billings, Montana. Photo: TLClark, 12/31/2020.

Rusty Nail. On a some old, falling apart piece of farm equipment.

Rusty Nail. Photo: TLClark, 11/21/2020.

Shuffle. The picture was taken in response to the Ragtag Daily Prompt last Monday but I didn’t get around to writing a post. Playing pinochle with my parents was more fun than blogging.

Shuffling Cards. Photo: TLClark, 12/28/2020.

Upside Down Umbrella. It’s a picture from a few years ago that I didn’t use for one of Dutch Goes the Photo! Tuesday Photo Challenges. (Frank, if you see this, know that you are missed.)

Upside Down Umbrella. Photo: TLCLark, 8/7/2019.

Tulips. All kinds of colors – a departure from my usual “one flower” approach.

Tulips, Reiman Gardens, Ames, Iowa. Photo: TLClark, 5/4/2018.

CMMC – December Close Up or Macro

Leaves in Cup with Pinecone. Photo: TLClark, 12/6/2020.

Sometimes I pick up “treasures” when walking through a park. Usually I just take a closer look then leave them where found. Occasionally I carry them home for Another LQQK.

These two leaves and pinecone were collected while walking at Pioneer Park in Billings, Montana.

Pinecone in Cup with Leaves. Photo: TLClark, 12/6/2020.

The cup and saucer are souvenirs from my visit to the Huntley Project Museum. Both were made by Katie Redfield of Open Sky Arts in Butte, Montana. Visit openskyartsmontana.com to see more of her work.

Cup & Saucer with Pinecone and Leaves. Photo: TLClark, 12/6/2020.

Posted in response to Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge – Close Up or Macro.

CMMC – November Alphabet – Word that Contains R and S

R & S: Items from the Shop 1. Photo: TLClark, 11/26/2020.

Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge this week is Word that Contains “R” and “S”.

Yesterday, after supper, we started a list of words. Turns out Dad’s shop is a super place to take pictures in response to Cee’s challenge. Looking at the two pictures of his workbench (similar but not exactly alike), how many words with both an “r” and an “s” can you name? Note that we decided plurals don’t count unless the singular form has both an “r” and an “s.”

R & S: Items from the Shop 2. Photo: TLClark, 11/26/2020.

For a closer look, scroll through the following photos.

Here’s our list:

  • Chalk String
  • Crescent Wrench
  • Crosscut saw
  • Pencil Sharpener
  • Rasp
  • Sander
  • Sandpaper
  • Scissors
  • Scrap Lumber
  • Screen
  • Screw
  • Screwdriver
  • Scroll Saw
  • Spray Bottle
  • Spray Paint
  • Square
  • Stairs
  • Steel Bristle Brush
  • Surge Protector
  • Tape Measure
  • Washers
  • Yardstick

Thanks, Cee, for another fun challenge!

CMMC: November Pick a Topic

Judy, Julie and Snickerdoodle. Photo: TLClark, 11/10/2020.

It’s another photo challenge and I get to pick the topic based on a picture! Click on this link to see the picture and the guidelines of Cee’s challenge.

Walk. I’m visiting my parents and we walk with dear friends every day. The picture above is definitely a candid shot, another possibility for the topic of the day.

Fence. More than one fence keeps folk on the foot bridge and out of the water. I’m intrigued by stripes and the grid in the shadow.

.Foot Bridge, Shiloh Conservation Area, Billings, MT. Photo: TLClark, 11/19/2020.

Orange. The only orange I could find outdoors in central Montana in mid-November is on Snickerdoodle’s scarf. After I looked a the challenge photo again, the topic for this picture could also be fuzzy.

Snickerdoodle. Photo: TLClark, 11/21/2020.

Posted in response to Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge – November Pick a Topic from [her] Photo. Such fun!