Our house is sold and we are staying with family until we can move into the apartment we are renting while we build. We’ve done a little travelling and enjoying ourselves during this in-between phase. This week Ann Christine has asked us to share photos of our interpretation of spots and dots. Here are a few that I have.
One of the “spots” we went to on our travels was Flora-Bama. It is definitely a t-shirt and shorts type of place. It’s a couple of run down beach buildings with music in 6 different areas. If you go – be prepared for a “dive” like atmosphere with good music.
Also in Florida, I spent some time trying to “spot” lizards that seem to be everywhere. This one blends in nicely with it’s surroundings.
Lastly, today we went for a walk on the beach and saw what was left of this spotted sea animal that had washed up on the shore. I would love to have seen what it looked like alive.
If you would like to join this week’s challenge – you can find the info here – https://lagottocattleya.wordpress.com/2021/05/15/lens-artists-photo-challenge-148-spots-and-dots/
14 thoughts on “Lens Artists Challenge – Spots and Dots”
So you are moving? To a new spot? Loved your animal part – if it is real? It looks a bit unreal with those spots. Good luck with your moving!
Thanks! We are renting in Chesapeake, VA while we build our new home in North Carolina (about an hour from Chesapeake). I’m pretty sure it was real – it felt like a shell to a crab
Ah, beautiful anyway!
Are you moving to Florida? I hope all’s well.
Thanks Patti – our rental is in Chesapeake , VA and the house we are building is in North Carolina – a little over an hour from Chesapeake but much closer to the grandchildren 🙂
Dive in! Love the lee-zaard.
Congrats on the house sale Nora, I know that was a really big change for you. Kudos for your new adventure! Loved your post – happy to see you having some fun while building 😊
Loving little sea creature. Looks like a piece off a giraffe. Congrats on your new home (when it is finished). Leaving a home after that many years has a bittersweet ending but the future is bright! New memories to be made. We’ve missed you for Bird Weekly, but I completely understand you’ve been busy! 🙂
Beautiful. That lizard really looks like a dried up leaf. Wonderful camouflage.