It’s Debbie’s One Word Sunday, and the theme this week is Umbrella.

This week, I’ve pushed the boundaries of one of the definitions of the word: a thing that includes or contains many different elements or parts.

We’re looking at my magnifying glass which is over a selection of my crystals. The glass covered all of the stones, but looking through the glass revealed only part of the selection. The link is there. Somewhat stretched, but it’s there! You just have to look at it from a slightly different perspective.

Posted also for Becky’s Square Perspectives.

Who Says Rainclouds Should Be Grey?

We had a storm a few years ago which was not like any other. The skies were extremely heavy and very reluctant to let go of the rains they held… but when they did, they did!

These photos were taken just before the rainfall.

Posted for Becky’s Square Perspectives.

Sunrise or Sunset?

July is here, and so are two new blogging challenges.

Becky is back with her new Squares challenge, the theme this time around is Perspectives; and Charlie is back with his WorldWatercolorMonth challenge of 31 watercolours in 31 days.

I know that I will not be able to contribute to either challenge every day in July, but will do so whenever I can.

The rules for both challenges are simple: For Becky’s, the main photo in the post has to be square and feature some kind of perspective. For Charlie’s, just paint, paint, paint – in watercolour!

I’ve combined both challenges for this post. I painted a sunrise or sunset (you decide!) and included the paintbrush!

Links to both challenges are below, if you’d like to have a go at taking part in either, or both!

  World Watercolor Month July 2020 Main Logo Doodlewash