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One Word Photo Challenge: Camel

Camels at Great Pyramid of Cheops Pyramid of Chephren and Pyramid of Mycerinus Cairo, Egypt

Camels at Great Pyramid of Cheops Pyramid of Chephren and Pyramid of Mycerinus Cairo, Egypt

Camel by Pyramid of Chephren. Cairo, Egypt

Camel by Pyramid of Chephren. Cairo, Egypt

Go to the source I say! Here are the camels!

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One Word Photo Challenge: Cage

Montefolonico, Italy

Montefolonico, Italy

Here is a Stone Sanctuary in Montefolonico, Italy. Are they trying to keep the stone mushrooms in or out? Inquiring minds would like to know!

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One Word Photo Challenge: Burn

Burn That Steak!

Burn That Steak!

I like my steak well done to burnt to a crisp!

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One Word Photo Challenge: Bulbs

A Bulb in Rome!

Bulbs in Rome!

This photo has everything I love; Rome, a Porch, the Terre Cotta Peach Color, an Icon, old pale blue Shutters, Flowers, a mix of old and new……..And the bulbs of Light!!

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One Word Photo Challenge: Bubbles

Bubbles in Coffee

Bubbles in Coffee

What do you prefer? Bubbles in Coffee or Bubbles in Beer?

Coffee Bubbles

Coffee Bubbles

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One Word Photo Challenge: Box

Boxes and Boxes of Seed Packs

Boxes and Boxes of Seed Packs at Renfrow General Merchandise, Matthews, NC

Seed Boxes

Seed Boxes at Renfrow General Merchandise, Matthews, NC

During a Photography Meet-Up Group Day I took a stroll through the town of Matthews, NC.

Matthews was an unspoiled rolling woodland with large strands of trees; the ancestral home of the Waxhaw and Catawba Indians. By the 1800’s this rich and fertile land attracted settlers, who were mainly farmers. The farmers began clearing the land and cotton grew well and became the primary cash crop. As the land was cleared for planting there were so many tree stumps left standing, that the early settlement was called unofficially Stumptown!

Box Shaped Store Fronts in Mathews, NC

Box Shaped Store Fronts in Matthews, NC

Box Shaped Store Fronts in Mathews, NC

Box Shaped Store Fronts in Matthews, NC

The Bicycle Shop

The Bicycle Shop, Matthews, NC

Most of the main street shops are in the shape of boxes. There is still a general merchandise store that sells everything! Well for planting that is!  If you need ANY type of Seed this is the place for you! Have fun as you look around the small town of Matthews. Lots of boxes here and some outside the box images too!

Renfrow General Merchandise Store, Matthews, NC

Renfrow General Merchandise Store, Matthews, NC

Renfrow Hardware and General Merchandise, Matthews, NC

Renfrow Hardware and General Merchandise, Matthews, NC

Outside Renfrow General Store, Matthews, N

Outside Renfrow General Store, Matthews, NC

 Renfrow General Store, Matthews, N

Renfrow General Store, Matthews, NC

Renfrow General Store, Matthews, NC

Renfrow General Store, Matthews, NC

Renfrow General Merchandise got its start before 1900 with Thomas Jefferson “Captain” Renfrow, a mining engineer.  Renfrow came to Matthews after the Civil War and opened the Rea gold mine.  A movie theater is built upon one of the mine shaft’s openings.  As the mine became successful, Renfrow purchased farmland and oversaw a flourishing cotton farm, later becoming a cotton ginner and broker.  Renfrow began ginning cotton in 1906 and at one point had four gins operating in one building. The Renfrow General Merchandise Store is an American icon! And one last look at another photo; the BOXcar!

BOXcar, in Matthews, NC

BOXcar, in Matthews, NC

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Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola

Colossus of Rames II 80 tons Memphis Museum Cairo Egypt March 2010 135_HDR_edit

Colossus of Rames II, 80 tons, Memphis Museum, Cairo, Egypt

 

Sphinx and Pyramid of Chephren Cairo, Egypt

Sphinx and Pyramid of Chephren Cairo, Egypt

Police on Camel at Great Pyramid of Cheops Pyramid of Chephren and Pyramid of Mycerinus, Cairo, Egypt

Police on Camel at Great Pyramid of Cheops Pyramid of Chephren and Pyramid of Mycerinus, Cairo, Egypt

Great Pyramid of Cheops, Cairo, Egypt

Great Pyramid of Cheops, Cairo, Egypt

“Almond” is a shade of brown that is 14% saturated and 94% bright.  Crayola issued this color in 1998 under the name “Almond” and is currently available in the 120 pack of crayons.  Sherwin Williams, the paint company, offers a paint called, “Intricate Ivory” which is 99% similar to “Almond.”

Personally, when I think of “Almond” I think of sand and the desert! Or a dessert! How about almond biscotti with almond colored coffee? This post is just one of many in the Color Your World: 120 Days of Crayola Challenge! Enjoy!

One Word Photo Challenge: Copper

Beautiful copper tiles on the Chateau de La Rochepot! A fairy castle built on a rocky peak, became the home of Regnier and Phillippe Pot, both Knights of the Golden Fleece. Enjoy this little corner of France!

Chateau de la Rochepot, Near Beaune, France

Chateau de la Rochepot, Near Beaune, France

Chateau de la Rochepot, Near Beaune, France

Chateau de La Rochepot, Near Beaune, France

 

One Word Photo Challenge: Lemon Two

For elegance and romance, celebrate at the Inn at Little Washington! FABULOUS!

My Birthday Celebration at the Inn at Little Washington LEMON ALL AROUND

My Birthday Celebration at the Inn at Little Washington LEMON ALL AROUND

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