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Photo Challenges: Pink AND Green

Cee, a blogger and photographer who organizes many photo challenges, joins other challenges as well. This week she had the great idea of combining these two photo challenges:

One Word Photo Challenge:  Pink (Jennifer Nichole Well’s challenge)
A Photo A Week Challenge:  Green (Nancy Merrill Photography challenge)

Here’s my go at them both. (Thanks for the idea, Cee.) You can see Cee’s entry here: My World Turned Pink and Green

When my nephew got married, my great-nieces, MacKenzie, Maddie, MiMi, and Brianna, and great-nephew, Drew, helped with the decorations for the bridal shower/tea party. They made these signs for potted herb plants to be used for table decorations. Nice job by these sweet kids. After the party, each lady present took a potted herb home. (Click on the picture to see the writing more clearly.)

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Here are my great nieces and nephews (and one friend) all dolled up for the tea party.

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Here are two of them as quick-change artists five minutes after the party ended.

What could be more fun than rolling down a grassy hill on a warm spring day?

What could be more fun than rolling down a grassy green hill on a warm spring day?

Who can blame them? That green hill looks perfect for rolling down.
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Janice Hall Heck, retired educator, blogger, wannabe photographer, and nitpicky editor of On the Horizon, a bi-monthly logo 2.2community newsletter for Horizons at Woods Landing, Mays Landing, NJ, is quite possibly a grammar geek. Her blog posts often suggest ways to improve our writing by avoiding and/or eliminating troublesome writing quirks. Look for the Oh Heck! Another Writing Quirk logo.

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5 thoughts on “Photo Challenges: Pink AND Green

  1. Thanks for the mention. I liked your post.

  2. Great picture. Thanks for joining the challenge!

  3. Beautiful photo of your great nieces and nephews!

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