A WORD A WEEK PHOTO CHALLENGE – WEATHER


Ice, rain, snow, fog, monson, heat, drought, sleet,mist,  blizzards, tornados, climate change,  storms, sunshine, floods, cyclones, hurricanes, wind – weather comes in all shapes, sizes and forms  and affects us all.   The other thing that I think of when I say this word is weathering – the way the weather shapes and forms our environment, nature, objects and our bodies if they are exposed to the elements.   This challenge is wide open – there are so many interpretations.  As usual please link back to this post so others can find the challenge and don’t forget to add ‘A Word A Week Photo Challenge’ to your tags so I find entries easily for a chance to be one of the posts I reblogg each week.

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Heat Wave – Phillip Island, Australia

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Cool change – Autumn in Adelaide, Australia

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Windy weather – good beach fishing – Australia

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Black Saturday, Bush Fires burning thanks to the heat

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Rain, rain and more rain – England

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Fresh Weather – Sea spray  – Greece

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After the storm, Thailand

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Hot weather – Sun Protection

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Loas

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Petrified Forest – Bolivia – Wind erosion

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Plateno Alpino – Peru -

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Weathered Door Greece.

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Stormy weather – Vietnam

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Sunbathers

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Weathered face – Equador

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High altitude and weather takes its toll on the skin

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Sand sculpting by the wind – Peru

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Calm Weather – Thailand

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  21. really beautiful shots. I would have never thought of some of the “weathering” you offered – weathered landscapes, weathered faces. thanks for helping me get my head out of its box.

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  47. Love the umbrella and the faces. Had to smile with the Greek door. I must have hundreds of shots of Greek and other weathered doors. They are always some of my favorites.

  48. ooohh lifeguard! lol you do take the most wonderful photos of places!! all are beautiful but my fave would have to be the sunbathers, the waves from Greece and autumn trees ^^

  49. As usual love your work and interpretations! I cannot pick a favorite so I will pick two- the autumn trees lining the street and the seaspray in Greece. Okay three, love the rain in England one as well. Thanks for sharing!

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  53. When I was younger I never knew the weather could be this extreme. Before, everything was calm and nice. Before, I could see the full moon, bright and beautiful. Now, it is blurry, pale and not at all beautiful. Now, where is the soothing breeze that used to caress my face? The sun which was not so hot? The cool rain without pollution that we used to play in? What happened to our world? I miss the “old world, the old universe, where people were happier. I miss the clean rivers, the air which was not polluted, the forests which were not bald, the world where all kinds of insect and animals were happy, where people were really happy. What can I do. Tell me. Thanks.

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