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IPhriday Photo Challenge: IPhoto Bomb Cheshire Cat

 

My Woodland Garden

My Woodland Garden

 

Woodland Garden in Brushstroke App

Woodland Garden in Brushstroke App

 

The Cheshire Cat Sits in My Tree!

The Cheshire Cat Sits in My Tree!

It poured here this week on Wednesday and I mean poured! So I went to the window to take a picture of my Woodland Garden and the big fat drops of water on the tree limbs. Much to my surprise when I focused in on the drops and processed the picture for the blog, a Cheshire cat with a very big smile appeared in the tree! He is to the left, sitting on the limb!  Can you see his big smile? AWESOME! Just another fun IPhone IPhriday week!

Enjoy the IPhriday Photo Challenge! Post a photo taken with your Phone on Fridays!

2 Responses to “IPhriday Photo Challenge: IPhoto Bomb Cheshire Cat”

  1. graydaysandcoffee

    Your woodland garden water color treatment would make a great addition to the cards you make! Beautiful!

    Reply

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