Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways

Returning to the Glensheen Arts and Crafts Festival, which was the subject of one of my first blog posts, seemed appropriate as this little blog celebrates its first anniversary! Glensheen is situated on a stunning piece of property on Lake Superior, so as we wandered through the artists’ booths, we made time for a detour down to the water.

Skipping stones along the shores of Lake Superior

No matter how old my boys get, I suspect Lake Superior’s rocky shoreline will always invite a rock-skipping competition.

Skipping stones along the shores of Lake Superior

Thank you to all of you who follow my blog, who take the time to like or comment, and who help make this blogging community a pleasure in which to participate.  I look forward to year two, and hope that you will continue to share your insights and creativity.  It is time well spent.

“The most regretful people on earth are those who felt the call to creative work, who felt their own creative power restive and uprising, and gave to it neither power nor time.” ~ Mary Oliver

Ciao! ~ Kat

This post was in response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge.  ”One Shot, Two Ways” was this week’s theme.  Everyone is welcome to join in the Challenge; further details on how to participate and links to others’ responses are found here.

31 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways”

  1. Happy Anniversary! Yes, I guess we did start at just about the same time – what a great quote you chose. And I like the photos, too – my boy, who’s probably a bit older, is in my post too. I like seeing yours skipping stones – it’s good to see strong young men/boys doing pleasurable, outdoors, guy things! (Not that we wouldn’t skip stones too!)


  2. Congratulations Kat! This is a wonderful celebration of year one and an amazing achievement, its been a pleasure reading and viewing your site, really looking forward to year two:) I feel a rock skipping competition coming on between my sisters and me when we meet next!


    • Work and life have a busy year ahead as well, with a senior in high school and college years around the corner! Have to make time for my creative outlet:-) So glad I have connected with you as a result, Peri, and look forward to another year of interactions!


      • Good luck with that one, Kat! A senior in HS is way more challenging than any of our blogs…I think our work just gives us a new perspective as we go through everything else. So glad we’ve connected too:)


  3. I really like the second image. The point of view, the selective focus, the frame, everythink; it looks like they have a lot of work (play) to do! Nice post


    • The boys in college years may be a little less wordly in travel! — but it’s amazing how blogging encourages us to really take a look at the seemingly mundane and find something special in it. Thanks, John — always look forward to your comments!


  4. Happy Blogiversary! How weird is that – I will also be celebrating the big One tomorrow – you were one of the first blogs to visit me and one of the first that I followed. Great minds think alike!


  5. To you Kat and your wonderful Blog and the wonderful roads you have taken me down and along! Looking forward to many more readings on your one year! Cheryl


  6. I love the photos (and the wonderful shapes of those rocks). Happy blogoversary! As you know, I just discovered your blog but am happy to start year two with you 🙂


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