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{November 17, 2011}   Weekly Photo Challenge:WONDER

When I was thinking about the theme this week, Rodin’s “The Thinker” statue popped into my head along with thoughts of people being filled with wonder for different reasons. I attempted to get my husband to mimic “The Thinker” pose, but as you can see, it didn’t turn out as well as I would have liked. Hope you enjoy my take on Wonder and have a WONDERful day! 🙂

Rodin's "The Thinker"


My husband thinking about the walkers on "The Walking Dead" or at least that's what he said he was thinking about

"I wonder if THIS is where that smell is coming from!"

Wonder how my nephew got behind the couch....

I wonder who put the bubbles in the fountain....

Now I wonder who put their canes in my sister's hoodie? Hmmm...

Wonder what Elvis(my uncle's dog) is thinking as he sees a fake Boston Terrier statue


Giving Thanks Day 17: Today, I give thanks for photography. I’m not a great photographer myself, but the good thing about taking photos is that even when you’re not, you can still get a few decent ones here and there. I love looking back at old photos and being able to reminisce through them and now with Digital photos, you can save photos online and not have to worry so much about losing them forever! 🙂

et cetera
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