Posts Tagged: pick a word

Thursday’s Special Pick a Word 2020 1st Edn

Well, Paula is back with Thursday’s Special! so pleased to see her back. I have used four of her five words, and barre they are Estival(Of or relating to the summer) OK, a monochrome image, but you do sense the

Thursday’s Special Pick a Word 2020 1st Edn

Well, Paula is back with Thursday’s Special! so pleased to see her back. I have used four of her five words, and barre they are Estival(Of or relating to the summer) OK, a monochrome image, but you do sense the

Lens artists photo Challenge #112: Pick a Word

  Comfortable – this chap looked comfortable outside the coffee place: Crowded Exuberant Linked to Lens artists photo challenge at Ann-Christine’s here

Lens artists photo Challenge #112: Pick a Word

  Comfortable – this chap looked comfortable outside the coffee place: Crowded Exuberant Linked to Lens artists photo challenge at Ann-Christine’s here

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in August Year 4

As usual, Paula has 5 words for us to choose from and illustrate with our images. I have selected three this month. Ursine: Coeval – a contemporary an equal, a peer – I think these two are contemporaries: Adorned Linked

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in August Year 4

As usual, Paula has 5 words for us to choose from and illustrate with our images. I have selected three this month. Ursine: Coeval – a contemporary an equal, a peer – I think these two are contemporaries: Adorned Linked

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in July

Here we are for some more Words…I’m so pleased that Paula is back, and recovered from her injuries! I have chosen just three of Paula’s words refulgent – I have chosen to ilustrate this Word to mean dazzling, and to

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in July

Here we are for some more Words…I’m so pleased that Paula is back, and recovered from her injuries! I have chosen just three of Paula’s words refulgent – I have chosen to ilustrate this Word to mean dazzling, and to

Thursday’s Special – Pick a Word in April Y4

I’m late with this one, and am only picking one word – Timeworn All over the old areas of Lisbon, you see plenty of examples of Timeworn, not least with regard to the tiles on the exterior of a building

Thursday’s Special – Pick a Word in April Y4

I’m late with this one, and am only picking one word – Timeworn All over the old areas of Lisbon, you see plenty of examples of Timeworn, not least with regard to the tiles on the exterior of a building

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in March (Y4)

Here we are with another Thursday’s Special from Paula. I have picked three of her words. Interstice: Circuitous – not a straight line, this one, a very twisty, windy, hairpin-bend road (actually this would also do for interstice?)   saubulous

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in March (Y4)

Here we are with another Thursday’s Special from Paula. I have picked three of her words. Interstice: Circuitous – not a straight line, this one, a very twisty, windy, hairpin-bend road (actually this would also do for interstice?)   saubulous

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in January – Y4

Crepuscular coded – An oblique look at coded – you can’t see the codes in this picture lofty – Driving back throughout France well over a decade ago,  we came upon this place, with the church on the rock towering

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in January – Y4

Crepuscular coded – An oblique look at coded – you can’t see the codes in this picture lofty – Driving back throughout France well over a decade ago,  we came upon this place, with the church on the rock towering

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in December Y3

Paula has come up with – five different colours and not just words.she said “Here is what I had in mind for this December:aquamarine, cyan, maroon, Pale pink, golden” So the other morning there was a delicate sunrise of pale cyan and pale pink: Linked

Thursday’s Special: Pick a Word in December Y3

Paula has come up with – five different colours and not just words.she said “Here is what I had in mind for this December:aquamarine, cyan, maroon, Pale pink, golden” So the other morning there was a delicate sunrise of pale cyan and pale pink: Linked