Yarn, Yorkshire and All Manner of Wonderful Things!

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Taken at Scampston Hall on Sunday. More pictures to follow later this week.

Next weeks challenge is Work

If you would like to leave a link in the comments of a photo you have for this challenge please do so. Wild Daffodil complies a weekly round up for our enjoyment. Meantime do check these sites for some super pictures.

Jane from Rainbow Junkie Corner

Sandra at Wild Daffodil

Melissa at http://thearanartisan.com

Roz at https://umpteenthings.wordpress.com

Jenny at https://letthesewingbegin.wordpress.com

Christina at https://alookatthelittlethings.wordpress.com/

Ali at https://thimberlina.wordpress.com/

If you would like to contribute regularly let me know and I will add your name to this list.

Meantime Happy Snapping!


Comments on: "Photo Challenge- Reflection" (10)

  1. That’s a great shot 🙂
    Here’s my entry for the week:

  2. […] 52 Week Photo Challenge: Reflection (as in, reflecting on the past week) […]

  3. I’m drawn immediately to those patches of bright blue sky reflected in the water. Beautiful!

  4. Oh that’s beautiful! I love the manicured lawns and topiaries. Here is mine: https://letthesewingbegin.wordpress.com/2016/04/23/photo-challenge-reflection/

  5. That is a beautiful photo. I also tried the photo challenge but in a way I cheated because I used this same photo in an earlier challenge. BUT it seemed to fit my haiku. Anyway, here it is: https://beckygblog.com/2016/04/22/beckys-haiku-beneath-the-moonlight/

  6. […] at Nanacathy…….. ……. ……….. …….         […]

  7. A wonderful image Cathy

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