Photo Challenge: Threes

The Daily Post challenge for photographers this week is to show three similar images. I came up with two versions from winter and summer here on Perry’s Point.

Ice Storm Aftermath

“Glass” on Grass 
Glitter-Coated Branches 
Crunchy Tufts of Grass


Seashells on Rocks

Now that March is marching toward us, this photographer is growing a smidge weary of the snow and ice. Thoughts swing to the anticipation of warm weather and the new life that Spring unfurls. I remember this colony of mollusks, better known as seashells,  from last summer.


Shelled mollusks are not the only things living on these rocks. Colonies of tiny, white rock barnacles are everywhere. Barnacles are arthropods, related to crab and lobster.

Shells and Barnacles
Yellow Algae Grows Here Too

I’m ready to trade the ice for seashells. Are you?

35 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Threes

  1. Jennifer, we just had three days of non-stop snowing (unusual for here) and I could not agree with you more… It serves me right for wanting to take some more winter shots. I LOVE your snow pictures – so beautiful!

    Blessings ~ Wendy ❀


    1. Thank you, Simona. I’m following you back – such a pretty blog. And I love Italy! We vacationed there, and in France, three years ago. If you’re interested you can search my blog for pics from the trip. Ciao! 🙂


    1. Thank you, Tina, and thanks for stopping by!
      We’re still in the thick of winter here, but the temperatures are beginning to climb, thank heavens. The weather has been unpredictable almost everywhere this year though, hey?


  2. Jennifer those ice pictures are stunning, I am actually looking forward to winter although we do not get snow on the beaches and I love my beach walks best in winter when there is only me, the kids and the wind for company


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