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One Word Photo Challenge: Bittersweet.


BittersweetMy entry for this week’s challenge is a bit late; but I’m running late with everything this week. This challenge is kindly organised by Jennifer, and you can get the details and join in here. A big thanks to Jennifer, as usual.

Yes, it’s sunsets again. This time of the year provides us with magnificent ends to the day. I always find them so peaceful.

I couldn’t choose between these, taken in summer and just the other afternoon and so I’ve made a collage. Hope you enjoy and thanks for taking the time to visit.

Enjoy your sunset tonight.

Until the next time.

Author:

Many moons ago, I started to write. But, as life twisted and turned the only thing I got to write was letters, in my job. Things changed, I left my job and returned to the writing. I have loads of ideas and very little time to do them in.( Sound familiar?) I write, because I need to. When I am unable to write I walk in the shadow of madness. Some folk would argue that I'm there already. As well as writing, I read, paint, garden, knit and have just started making candles. I am owned by a retired greyhound called Daisy. My previous greyhound(Misty) was the inspiration to get writing again. Daisy is keeping that inspiration alive. Thanks for reading. Dorne x

6 thoughts on “One Word Photo Challenge: Bittersweet.

  1. I didn’t realize bittersweet was a color until I started seeing entries to this challenge. You have really captured a lot of the different shades of bittersweet in your sunsets. 🙂

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