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Today I’m participating in Where’s My Backpack’s Travel Theme photo challenge. This week’s theme is “brown”. Remember you can click on each photo for a larger view.
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Sometimes I use stones as a background for my photos, for example to feature raindrops on a spider web.
In San Diego, water is a precious resource and stones and rocks are often used as a ground cover among succulents.
I love this stairway on the trail made out of stepping stones.
Sometimes nature leaves you a hidden message as you walk by, like this face in the stone.
Humans have a less subtle way to get the message across on stones.
I love the stone message. Very clever. 🙂
I thought it was pretty cute. It was in a children’s garden so kids are the target audience for this message.
That’s a great stone face! I love those raindrops with the stones in the background too. That’s great that you even noticed something like that.
I was lucky to find those raindrops on the spiderweb that day. I took photos of raindrops this morning in my yard since it rained last night. I’ll try to make a post with them this week.
Thank you, Catherine!
Lovely. The water/cobweb/stone photos are very compelling.
Thank you, I really like that set of photographs.
I loved the stairway and the picture of the stone with the face. Very cool! It must be so much fun to hike there. 🙂
These are definitely fun places to hike at.
I think my favorite is the first one, partly because it made me stop and look again.
Isn’t neat looking? I’m glad you liked it.