Emerging #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

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Emerging Bottles
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Emerging sun

Linking to:

The Sunday Stills Photo Challenge hosted by Marsha Ingrao: Theme: Emerging

Becky B’s Square Challenge: Theme: Bright

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33 thoughts on “Emerging #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. now these are contrasting brights! What great squares, and wow someone had the patience to create that tree.

    Thank you so much for joining in with squares again, wonderful to have you back

    1. I didn’t realise just what a work of art those bottles were, Erika. Such a cool thing to do with them. Now I need to make sure I have enough empty wine bottles to create my Christmas tree.

  2. I’m sure the bottle tree took quite a bit of time to create from thought to finished tree. I like the emerging light, too, Hugh. You can’t beat a sunrise if you are early enough to catch it. Thanks for participating in Sunday Stills even while Terri was gone. I appreciate it so much!!!

    1. I’ve always been an early bird, Marsha. However, that sunrise photo was taken at the beginning of winter, when sunrise did not happen until just after 8am. And I loved the bottle tree. I thought those bottles looked as if they were emerging. It’s a great example of what one can do with empty wine bottles. Now I need to save mine up in time for Christmas, so I too can have a Christmas tree made from bottles.

      1. I can send you a few! 🙂 I threw away a few really cute ones when we left CA. They had artisy pictures for Fay of the Dead and Halloween. There were six different pictures, and Vince collected them all. I hope someone did something crafty with them like your cute tree. 🙂

        1. I hope they did something good with those bottles, too, Marsha. We recycle ours, but I’ve never really taken a lot of notice of wine bottles. It’s usually the labels that attract me. If the label is nice, then I always think the wine inside the bottle will be good. Unfortunately, not always the case.

        2. True. Hugh, we just got a phone app called Vivino – it’s free. It reads the labels and rates the wine. It seems pretty accurate.

        3. I only ask because we sometimes get wine as a gift, love it, but then can’t find where to buy it. I know we could always ask whoever gave it to us, but for some reason, I never like doing that.

        4. I don’t blame you. It feels tacky even though they would probably feel honored enough to think you loved something enough to buy some more. I would go ahead and ask, but I’m kind of over assertive.

    1. Thanks, Terri. I thought those bottles looked as if they were emerging – just like branches on a tree. The one in the photo is meant to be a Christmas tree. I thought it a really great work of art.

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