Found, Curve

It’s time once again for my attempt at WWC. 
Tink challenged us with the words FOUND and CURVE.  Whew!  I spent days wracking my brains over these words.  I feel a little bit like I am cheating when I use previously taken photographs, instead of going out and searching specifically for new photo ops.  This might be newbie fear…I dunno.
Anyhow, here is what I came up with:

The drunk snowman
Apparently, our snowman found the neighbor’s liquor supply. 
(Of course, I took the bottles from their recycling bin!)

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SuperDad
found dryrot in our newly purchased fixerupper home. 
(The inspector, of course, did not find this dry rot.  Grrrrrr….)

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My nephew found a crab at the beach.  Note the curve of his fingernails. 

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My favorite garden ornament has some beautiful curves

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Taken last Spring, this double rainbow showed its incredibly beautiful curve over the roofs of the neighbors’ houses.  (I don’t miss living so close to other people, but I do sometimes miss living back in Western WA.  Everything is so green there.)

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8 responses to “Found, Curve

  1. Poor Frosty. He never was the same after Mrs. Frosty died in that horrible tanning bed accident.

    Great pictures!

  2. LOL at the snowman Too funny. Not funny on the wood. Good thing your dad seems to know a thing or two. Excellent rainbow shot.

    I usually go through my archives regardless if I have shot anything specifically.

    Nice job.

  3. OMG, I LOVE the pic of the crab. How awesome is that??

    Boys are fun. =)

  4. Love your shots. Good interpretation of the WWC words!

  5. what a treat, looking at all your pictures! sorry, snakes give me the creeps though

  6. Oh my, so sorry about the dry rot, what a crappy thing to have found!!

  7. I hate when the snowmen get into the liquor! :)

    Love the Rainbow!

  8. I love the garden ornament. Thanks for inspiring me–I’ve got a picture of Found, Curve and a shout-out for you over at my place.