Thursday, May 21, 2020

Thursday Art Date With Rain



Round And Round

Round is around in almost every part of our lives though, for the most part, it goes unnoticed ... Until, of course, someone like Rain posts it as a prompt :)
A little memento put in a very special tree in a very special spot in our Arboretum ... 















 Glucose monitor on my diabetic cat :)














And Last but not Least
It is round and it is around:(

Andrea @ From The Sol

10 comments:

Valerie-Jael said...

A wonderful, round collection of round! I didn't know there were diabetes monitors for kitties, that is definitely a round thing. And corona, too. I think it will be around for a long time. Have a great day, hugs, Valerie

Christine said...

So many naturally round things in nature, thanks for sharing!

Gillena Cox said...

Bravo on allthe thoughts for this theme, Happy Thursday

much ❧✿❧ love

Elkes Lebensglück said...

*wow* What a lot of round things there are, you have designed the topic great! Fabulous your posting!
Greetings Elke

Elephant's Child said...

Love the things your artist's eye sees and shares. Many thanks.

peppylady (Dora) said...

Look like a fun creative day. But if a fish looked at me like that. It would be unnerving.
tad

DVArtist said...

You have so many cool round n rounds. My favorite is that fish. Well done. Have a great weekend.

Laurie said...

Oh Andrea,, what an amazing post! You have aced this challenge , wow wow wow! Amazing photos,, I enjoyed this so much! I also love owls,,, barn owls are my favourite, I love to paint owls, we have them around our property,, thank you so much for sharing this and your kind words,

NatureFootstep said...

lol, you find round things everywhere :) It is a joy to see. Love how you enlarged the owls eyes as if it was not big enough anyway. :)

You ask in my blog if I wear mask when visit friend an family. Anser is No. I wear glasses and hate the mask as it pust mists on my glasses and I can´t see. And they get wet by the breathing and disgusting. But I created a visor that I can wear on my glasses. Works very well when I have people in my car and when walking in stores. You can see what it looks like in this post: https://naturefootstep.blogspot.com/2020/05/a-little-of-thisa-little-of-that.html
Monica

Rain said...

Hi Andrea :) You have SO many gorgeous photos to share and I feel blessed to see them. Thanks so much for your round and round contributions! I love the owl photography the best!!! :)