~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #47: Elements ~

 

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This photo expresses the immense power man has to create tools from metal that transform the world around us. 

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Three iconic photos of wood in the Pacific Northwest; a wooden foot-bridge, a stack of cut logs from a harvested fir tree, and a jumble of driftwood.

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Water is a spiritual element for me, including the force of Pacific Ocean breakers, the swift sparkling currents in streams and rivers, and the tranquil surface of a calm lake.

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Water and “Fire”

Though there is not a fire in the background, the setting sun put on quite a light-show in the above photo. 

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Jello enjoys a nice nap in front of the fireplace.

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Earth is our home, we use it and too often abuse it. The state of Washington, under the stewardship of our governor Jay Inslee, is a leader in advancing renewable energy.

Thanks to Amy for another challenge that had me looking into my archives for just the right shots! To see more and/or to join the challenge, click the link below.

https://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2019/05/25/five-elements/

 

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10 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #47: Elements ~

  1. Amy says:

    I love the opening of your post. It says much of “tools have transformed the world around us”. The sunset is just remarkable. O…Jello 🙂 He looks so relaxing and comfortable in front of the fireplace. Nicely close this special series with the renewable energy. 🙂 Perfect.
    Thank you so much, Lindy!

  2. Leya says:

    Lovely set of images for the challenge and I was so glad to see that your governor is working for renewable energy! A wise man. And, of course Jello is gorgeous!

    • Lindy Le Coq says:

      Thank you, Leya. Governor Inslee is a wise man and is actually one of the 22 or so Democrats running to represent the party in this next presidential election. Though I doubt he’ll win, he’d be a wonderful addition to a cabinet position – like the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

  3. Sweet shots, Lindy! 🙂 Sasquatch territory! 🙂

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