Weekly Photo Challenge – Joy


No matter what time of year – the joy is in the Pink!

Full details of the challenge can be found here and here is one from Just Snaps

  1. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | Ese’ s Voice
  2. Weekly Photo Challenge – Joy | Chittle Chattle
  3. Weekly photo challenge: joy | An Enchanted Eye
  4. Joy (Weekly Photo Challenge) | Icezine
  5. Ecstatic | Retrofocus
  6. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | Uncle Spike’s Adventures
  7. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | Ritva’s Art – Photography
  8. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy. | Hope* the happy hugger
  9. Just Snaps
  10. Weekly photo challenge: Joy | The (Urban-Wildlife) Interface
  11. Other People’s Joy Insults My Intelligence | Bumblepuppies
  12. Joy: Weekly Photo Challenge | The Ambitious Drifter
  13. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | nancy merrill photography
  14. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | From My Horizon
  15. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | autopict
  16. MyBlog – solaner
  17. Connection and Relaxation | Broken Light: A Photography Collective
  18. Weekly Photo Challenge : Joy | I see beauty all around by rob paine
  19. WPC: Joy | Books, Music, Photography & Movies : my best friends
  20. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | Rewired and Retired in Nicaragua
  21. Joy: Weekly Photo Challenge | Just Another Nature Enthusiast –
  22. My.Vivid.Visions | Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy of All Seasons
  23. Snow… | vic briggs
  24. Joy (Golden Gate, 27 December 2013) | de Wets Wild
  25. The Sun Is Out! | Empire of Lights
  26. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | Under the Monkey Tree
  27. Weekly Photo Challenge: Joy | Ruined for Life: Phoenix Edition


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  1. […]   The father, who was standing next to me, showed obvious signs of relief when the second child was safely back on dry land – but the boy, oblivious of all apparent danger was only filled with joy at the revelation that he could jump that far……. Full details of the challenge can be found here and one from Chittle Chattle is up already. […]


    1. I’ve loved the machine since I first saw one! That was 8 years ago, every time I use it I find more to do – I have 11 machines – but love the 5 needle Janome the most. So much better when you can get the needle into smaller places. Never upgrade to more needles – it’s a backwards step.


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