Beyond the Sphere

A while ago, I posted a photo of a smiling mushroom as part of Becky’s Square challenge.

This is the same photo, but showing the rest of the family! Just in case you thought the photo looked kinda familiar!

Visit Becky’s site for more squares… the link above goes to Becky’s KindaSquare post for today.

I’m not doing particularly well this month, with Becky’s KindaSquares challenge. It’s a little disappointing really, as kinda anything goes, but I’m trying not to use photos I’ve used before. Although, challenges aren’t challenging if there’s no challenge, I suppose!

So, for today, I’m leaving it here.

With leaves!!! Haha! Autumn leaves. (Not this Autumn’s leaves, I must confess, but still… who’s counting?)

Visit Becky’s site on the link above for more squares.

It’s October. Already.

And October means, as well as Halloween month, it’s also time for Becky’s KindaSquare challenge. That doesn’t mean the photos have to be kinda square… oh,no! They have to be totally square! That’s the key part of these challenges from Becky. This month, she’s asking for square photographs of anything that encapsulate the word ‘kind’.

So, on the first day, I have three photos to offer. The first is kinda fuzzy:

I’d have preferred it not being fuzzy, but it’s a mobile phone photo zoomed in to just on the point of pixilation. Do you have any idea what it is? The second photo may give a clue, although it is kinda blurry:

Is it any clearer yet? The clear bits may help a little more than the blurry bits. Do you think it looks kinda mossy? That’s what it is! A clump of moss I spotted on the ground. I like that kinda thing for photo opportunities, so I grabbed a quick photo.

Visit Becky’s site for more KindaSquares. The link is above!

For One Word Sunday this week, Debbie’s theme is ‘Arch’, and a while ago I spotted this natural arch whilst out walking. Could it conceal a hidden doorway into a magical dimension somewhere?

Also, I wonder if you can see any Spirits of the Trees in the photo? I can only make out one pair of eyes looking at me, which appear to be part of a cat spirit (on the opposite side of the broken trunk) but the face appears only fleetingly. The eyes remain visible. I’ve highlighted where I see it:

It’s One Word Sunday again, and this week, Debbie’s theme is ‘Star’. So, I have two photos. The first is a little star, a sleeping wasp.

The second photo is of an actual star or two.

Well, three, in all honesty. And not actual stars either, but star-shapes in my stars and moon oil burner.

Visit Debbie’s site using the link above to see more interpretations of the theme.