Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.

Do not copy any of my artwork, poetry or photography without my permission.
....carpe diem. The Daylily. "Be like the flower, turn your face to the sun." Khalil Gibran. She gives her all for just one day then bows her head to God and fades away to nourish the next generation. God I pray I may give my all each day to honor you and bow my head at the end to nourish the next generation. Peggy Jones. NOTE............ Please folks do not copy any of my art or photos on my blog without my permission. Thank you for your good manners.

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Saturday, February 8, 2014

personal Photo Challenge










The last ride.




Clogging in the city streets.








Funeral procession for a fallen police officer.



Summer Plein Air week sponsored by FABS
Fine Arts Bardstown Society.



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9 comments:

Vee said...

Fun street scenes...can't help but think of captions for some, especially the clogging in the streets one where almost everyone is on the same page. So fun. Love the Plein Air photo, too.

Donna said...

Oh my, the caption on the first one made me gulp! Very moving! Love the action in the second one and you got a nice freeze-frame with it. The third one is a poignant slice of Americana, with a funeral procession through a small town. The flag in the foreground really helps to tell the story! And the last one is a cute and colorful shot. It's such fun to watch artists in action! Thanks for joining in on the challenge once again, Peggy!

Jeanne said...

Classic Americana. Love them all!

Roses, Lace and Brocante said...

Your street scenes give me a real feeling of an American town Peggy.
I guess 'clogging' is a form of line dancing?
They're all great!

Pamela Gordon said...

These are great and varied street scenes Peggy. I really like the clogging one. Fun.

Patrica said...

Wow, your first shot is truly memorable and a fitting companion for the funeral procession. The flag in the forefront is very striking.

Mary said...

Yes, life in a small American town, the feeling really comes out and grabs me from your very good pics Peggy.

I always envy artists who are able to render masterpieces in the great outdoors, most never feeling shy or embarrassed when people stop to look over their shoulder!

Mary

Donna said...

Oh how heartbreaking! A fallen officer....
Love the shots!!
hughugs

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Hello Peggy
A little sad and happy in your post this month. A street clogging event would be fun!