This weeks prompts are: Warped, Concentric Circles, Gear, Glazed and Marble.
I thought this week would be easy compared to last weeks prompts but boy was I wrong. I had no idea what I was going to do for some of the prompts.
Starting with, WARPED - I put off trying to find something for the prompt and then an idea popped into my head after reading the dictionary defintion of the word:
Definition of WARP
1: to arrange (yarns) so as to form a warp
2a : to turn or twist out of or as if out of shape; especially : to twist or bend out of a plane b : to cause to judge, choose, or act wrongly or abnormally : pervert c : distort
CONCENTRIC CIRCLES - I did a "Google" search on this and found that in nature there are certain flowers that have concentric cirles and onions are a perfect example of concentric circles. Since our local (and famous) Walla Walla Sweet Onions just started showing up in stores I did a little collage of one.
Then today we had a storm show up complete with hail and heavy rain. Our driveway has a drain in it and the rain was coming down so hard it formed a mini-lake and I was lucky enough to catch this shot of the rain drops forming none other then, Concentric Circles.
Rain Gear...perfect for those sudden, unexpected rain storms!
GLAZED - I swear that Ashley & I must be long lost sister's since I've read her post and she mentioned "Googling" concentric circles, which I did as well. Then she mentioned that she had originally planned to buy Glazed donuts for the prompt...Guess what? That was my 1st idea as well! Instead I came up with this:
MARBLE: - Okay I so wanted to photograph the steps inside our courthouse as they are this gorgeous stone marble but alas I procrastinated and the Courthouse was closed today and I still hadn't gotten around to getting anything other then this last shot which I took earlier in the week (just in case I didn't get to the courthouse) gee...you think I knew that I wouldn't make it.
Whew another successful hunt. Don't forget to check in on Ashley's blog and check out the other participants entries.