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Lens-Artists Photo Challange 123: “found in the neighbourhood”

It’s time for The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge again. Our host this week is Ann-Christine and she asks for things we can found in our neighbourhood. On one hand, this is an easy topic. But, on the other hand, I’d like to have known this theme in advance to prepare some images for you. So, I have to pick them from my archive.

You know, we’re in a lockdown light here. Therefore, our photographers roundtable last Saturday also switched to online and I could now simply show the images from that post again.

All these images are taken in a area max 5 km away from my home. Some of them are even taken in our front- or backyard. Despite the lockdown rules, it would ne possible to visit each of these places now.

Take care!


17 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challange 123: “found in the neighbourhood””

    1. thanks, Janet. Yes, I’m very happy for not living in our of the bigger towns around. But, in general, this area is definitely too crowded. I’d prefer a less crowded region. But, not everyone is able to move.

  1. I went back to your previous post and I enjoyed this post just as much! All seasons you seem to have a beautiful neighbourhood with lovely inhabitants. You made me long for snow…and squirrels. We don’t have squirrels close anymore since we took away the big pine trees. I miss them – so it was good to see them through your lens!

    1. Thanks, Ann-Christine. Our neighbors have a few old pine trees in their yard and our neighbor to the other side lays out some hazelnuts during winter, while we have two hazelnut bushes. So, they have a reason to cross our garden every once in a while. Snow is rare in recent years. Itโ€™s great for not having to shovel snow each day in the mornings. But, I have to admit, I like seeing the landscape covered with snow. It has a kind of peaceful ambiance.

      1. Ambiance, peaceful. The very words and I miss snow even more. But of course I am not fond of shoveling either.

        1. ๐Ÿ˜Š youโ€™re further north than me. Iโ€˜m quite sure you will get some. Very soon, as itโ€™s already mid November

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