~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #200: Every Little Thing ~


Many little things have added up to cause me to be late with this post. Still, I am happy to share a few of the little things that brought a smile to my face and prompted me to take a shot.

Above, a mother tree with a young seedling nestled in its ancient roots. Below, though pixelated, the best photo I have of a fledgling Killdeer.

The contrast in size between the little tricycle in the back of a pickup truck started my day with a smile. I’ve been saving this photo for just the right challenge!

A daisy peeking through conifer branches, a damselfly by the creek, and a tiny frilled mushroom in dune grass are just a few of the small things in nature that bring delight to my life.

Max and Daisy were always happy when we crossed paths with these two women on our walks around the Breakers. Treats were in her pocket and she enjoyed sharing!

Wherever you enjoy every little thing, please honor our earth, be kind and stay safe.🐾

Thank you Amy for giving us a reason to smile in the midst of the anguish in our times.

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2 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #200: Every Little Thing ~

  1. Amy says:

    Love this series! Love these images. The tricycle is so cute, made me smile.

  2. I liked the tree sapling nestled within the large tree.

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