Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective [Entry XVII]

Dear Readers,

It’s been a long time since my last Blog Post! I’ve been going through a lot of “stuff” (such is life) but now things have settled down and I am able to focus again on my writing, photography and of course my Blog!

Today’s Photo Challenge from The Daily Post is: RELIC

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/relic/

The picture is supposed to induce the image of “relic” or its presence. For me I choose an artifact that represents something significant for me.  

I am a New Age Spiritualist. I also practice Santería. An Orisha that is close and dear to me is Eleguá. He is associated with “opening the ways”, or crossroads. Often depicted as a child, he is playful, and both a trickster and a strategist amongst the divinities. When prayed to he helps people overcome various problems.

This photograph is in respect to this special deity.

 

Ellegua

Taken on my Nikon D3100 camera

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How to Give a Salon Style Foot Massage in 10 Easy Steps

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Welcome Dear Reader, do you want to know how to give an excellent foot message? Well search no more; I will show you how to give a Salon Style Foot Massage in just 10 easy steps!Trust me, your ‘foot enthusiast’ will be begging for more.

Isn’t it true — When your feet hurt, everything seems to hurt? Well that is your body telling you it’s time to pay attention (down under) and, give your feet some well-deserved TLC.

Let’s be honest, our feet take a beating each day. Walking through our world we often neglect our footies, leaving them to develop foot-pain; a sad reality because our feet are so important, as they are a direct link to maintaining a healthy state of being. Feet have thousands of nerve endings so manually massaging the foot (regularly) can stimulate all your organs and your endocrine system. But the real reason we keep coming back for more (foot massages) is the relaxation factor. Getting our feet rubbed relives muscular tension and helps our bodies release stress.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective [Entry XVI]

Hello Everyone!

This week’s photo challenge from The Daily Post is: Perspective. The same image but taken in different lights, angles, positions or perspectives. A novel idea!

Link: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/03/07/photo-challenge-perspective/

My fiancée and I went to a quant little pub/restaurant called Central Hotel The Red Door Lounge in Moose Creek Ontario. I enjoyed taking the picture of this rustic building and they are apparently famous for their wings – yum!

Below My Entry

Moose

Taken with my iPhone and edited on picmonkey

Thank you and have a most excellent weekend!

CHEERS :)

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes [Entry XV]

Greetings and Salutations! 。◕‿◕。

I am working with a new camera!

It’s a Nikon D3100.

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It’s bitter-sweet as the camera I am using (I inherited) from my late Step-Father “Wayne” whom passed away last October.

He loved taking photographs and editing pictures. In his honor I continue to take fun-filled photos. love u

This week’s photo challenge by The Daily Post is Threes. The concept is a) An establishing shot b) A relationship and c) A detail

LINK: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2014/02/21/weekly-photo-challenge-threes/

I did not know what this photo-shoot would be, as I looked around the house and without fail my “cats” provided an excellent idea.

My submission to this week’s photo challenge………

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These pictures were photo edited on picmoneky

http://www.picmonkey.com/

   Although I took more than three photographs I found the flow of five entertaining. The story concept is “sniff the cup” what is it and why is it on the ground, cats want to know! *Giggles

Thank you Dear Reader and Viewer for dropping by today, please leave me your links to your photo challenges (would love to see them), LIKE and or FOLLOW if it please you!

Many Thanks!

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