Photograph – What’s the Rest of the Story?

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Half and Half.”This week, let’s split our photos in two.

I enjoyed taking part in this photo challenge. Here’s a bit of a game, guess what the other half of my photographs might be, and then scroll down and see how close you were to the correct answer.

What is missing in the photo of a frog?

froggie on lily pad

Why his frog buddy of course!

frogs 1

trestle bridge

What will you find if you follow this railroad trestle bridge across a Southern New Jersey salt marsh?

trestle bridge crabber

A terrific waterway for crabbing.

snip snip in half

What are these two ladies creating that requires so much concentration?

snip snip

They are creating a floral masterpiece in the Longwood Gardens Conservatory.

10 thoughts on “Photograph – What’s the Rest of the Story?

  1. Jane M

    Although I haven’t been leaving many comments lately, Kathy, I have to say, I love your photos. And your numerous projects reveal the artistic side of your personality. I greatly admire this quality.

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      1. Jane M

        You’re very welcome, Kathy. It was my pleasure. I don’t have a blog. I have numerous sites I subscribe to which takes up a significant amount of my time. Moreover, I find your site far more informative and entertaining than anything I could ever compose. But thank you for asking.

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