Word-of-Day-Challenge-Loving

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loving

feeling or showing love or great care.

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I love big dogs because…

…they offer unconditional love…

…no matter how rough the game may be.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Terrain

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terrain

a stretch of land, especially with regard
to its physical features

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It’s hard to believe this beautiful terrain…


…was turned into a bloody battlefield during World War I

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Caravan

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caravan

group of people, especially traders or pilgrims,
travelling together across a desert
in Asia or North Africa.

Many different groups of people

travelling the same route

…visiting the same places and although

previously strangers, many friendships were made

during their time on the road together.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Late

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late

doing something or taking place after
the expected, proper, or usual time

Call a Labrador and a Kelpie

and they will both come running…

…one will be late.

Unfortunately no prizes for which one.

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Pattern

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Patterns everywhere…

…in rope…

…in brickwork…

 

…and in windows.

While at Skagway, Alaska I noticed this fence

and drew a comment or two from

incoming tourists questioning my logic

in photographing a fence.

Little did they know how useful

it would be… 🙂

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Eclectic

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eclectic

deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad
and diverse range of sources.

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An eclectic range of art...

…admired by an eclectic group of travellers.

 

The same travellers enjoyed this

Viennese collection a few days earlier.

then its White Tower will crumble and

the country will be plunged into chaos.

(Source:  telegraph.co.uk)

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Word-of-Day-Challenge-Raven

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A

Tower of London

raven.

A Raven of the Tower

It is said that the Kingdom of England will fall

if less than six ravens are kept in the Tower of London.

According to King Charles II’s infamous decree,

if the birds leavethe site,

then its White Tower will crumble and

the country will be plunged into chaos.

(Source:  telegraph.co.uk)

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