Antiques Shop Window Display in Downtown Wichita Falls, Texas Street Photography Challenge My husband and I love to travel on the weekends to visit the small towns near our home. Each place has a unique character that reminds me of the diversity within our state. Downtown Wichita Falls, Texas is experiencing a revival of sorts with … Continue reading Perspectives on Texas Towns
Street scene in Waxahachie, Texas — Photo by Terrye Turpin Street Photography Challenge My husband and I live near Dallas, Texas and we are fortunate to have many interesting small towns within driving distance for weekend jaunts. We browse through antique stores and thrift shops and I always bring my camera along, looking for inspiration and hoping for … Continue reading Road Trip Through Texas
Photo by Terrye Turpin Sound of my winter in B&W
An Alien Life Form? Texture Challenge Roses Are Red and So is This Map of a Foreign Land? A Face for All Seasons Can you Guess my Favorite Color?
Oklahoma City National Memorial at night. Photo by Terrye Turpin Patriotism “Team 54–19–95 We Search for the TruthWe Seek Justice.The Courts Require it.The Victims Cry for it.And God Demands it!” Graffiti spray painted at the bombing site by members of Rescue Team 5
Lake Mineral Wells State Park I was excited when Sherry Kappel announced this challenge. I love black and white photographs, the texture of the subject comes through so well. It was perfect timing too, we traveled to Lake Mineral Wells State Park and Trailway in Mineral Wells, Texas last weekend for a night of camping and … Continue reading A Day at the Lake
The Bridge at Arbor Hills Nature Preserve Photo by Terrye Turpin The Artist Challenge The first three photographs, the bridge, the concrete trail, and the pond, were taken with my little point and shoot Sony Cyber-shot using the “Painting” filter on the camera. The Concrete Trail Arbor Hills Nature Preserve Photo by Terrye Turpin The Pond Arbor … Continue reading Nature Calls
Photo by Terrye Turpin- seen in an antique store in Denison, Texas“Do you love me?” she asked. “Clap once for yes and twice for no.” He froze, too long considering his reply. Photo by Terrye Turpin — Denison, Texas
To her chagrin, she discovered that the entrance to the underworld was not guarded by Cerberus, the monstrous three-headed dog, but rather by a small, disgruntled toad.
At three years old, I’ve never worn this much makeup since. Mini me challenge I was born on my mother’s 42nd birthday, an unexpected present. My siblings were all much older than me, the youngest were the twins, my brother Ronnie and sister Janice. They were teenagers when I was born. Christmas Day 1963For playmates I had … Continue reading Hello From the 1960’s