Weekly Photo Challenge: Between

Between… between nature and historic downtown Douglasville I found lots of beauty

Between the banks of this creek I found an abundance of rock, both big and small and lots of color all around

Between these windows and these arches I found history abundant.  I wonder what old souls might be lurking behind these windows and between these walls?

Between the huge boulders and the beauty of the fall leaves I found my hubby!

Between these two old historic and decaying buildings I found this quaint little building that had been renovated.

Between these huge boulders I found gurgling waters reflecting the colors of the overhead trees and capturing their fallen leaves between them.

Between these arches many a bride has walked to meet her waiting groom, including my oldest daughter.

Between blurred and beautiful edges, clarity awaits.

Between these banks the trains follow the railroad tracks between my town and the next.

Between these rocks and roots and leaves, many a critter finds a home.

Between these ducks hunkered down against the wind, one lone duck braves the cold to get through to the lake.

Between the black and white we can sometimes find beautiful color to brighten our day.

And sometimes between the noise and haste we can just find peace to reflect on the blessings that have been bestowed upon us.


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34 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Between

  1. Katie says:

    Lovely pictures!

  2. Angelia Sims says:

    I love your interpretation of the challenge. The pictures are perfect!!! I’m in love with the first one. 🙂 Merry Christmas Eve!!

  3. Connie T says:

    Nice pictures. You found alot of between things.

  4. pierrmorgan says:

    These are wonderful – and your words that go with them. I especially like “Between blurred and beautiful edges, clarity awaits.” That one steals home!

  5. Sunshine says:

    I love your historic town photos…beautiful!
    Thanks for stopping by too!:)

  6. terrepruitt says:

    Wow! I think you completely and totally bested this challenge. Awesome. This is amazing. I love to see how you are enjoying your camera!

  7. eof737 says:

    I love the colors and warmth of your photos for this challenge… beautiful! Happy Holidays!

  8. theonlycin says:

    Beautiful shots, you and SuziCate are very talented 🙂 Merry Christmas.

  9. You’re making me miss Georgia…

  10. Cheryl says:

    Spectacular interpretation of this week’s theme!

  11. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge : Between « Cheryl Andrews

  12. Northern Narratives says:

    Wonderful collection of photos.

  13. Love all the photos you selected. You took time and gave us an image that most of us may have missed. Just beautiful and inspiring. The second to the last photo is my favorite, ” in a world in black and white…even grey and blue, we will find in between colors that bring hope and joy.”
    Wishing you all the love, joy, peace and good health this Christmas and everyday. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Thanks for sharing and for the inspiring comments.

  14. jakesprinter says:

    Great Photos for the theme between
    I love it all 🙂

  15. Such a lovely post, Peg! Beautiful photos, beautiful everything. 🙂

  16. Cris says:

    Nice interpretation of the theme.

    And thanks for dropping by and liking my Weekly Photo Challenge:
    “Peaceful afternoon on the farm” at


    By the way, as far as I can tell, you ducks are actually Canadian geese. 🙂

    • pegbur7 says:

      Canadian Geese in Georgia? Okey dokey then! I guess they stopped off while they were flying south for the winter! Thanks for stopping by!

      • Cris says:

        Yeah, those Canadian geese DO get around. I tried following your blog by clicking on the +follow thingy at the top. I don’t know if it worked or not. It showed -Unfollow, but +follow again when I came in a second time.

      • pegbur7 says:

        Thanks Cris. I did get an email that you were following. Thanks!

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