Fun Foto Challenge: The Letter K-Needs To Have The Letter K Anywhere In The Word

By: sonofabeach96

Nov 02 2017

Category: Uncategorized


This week’s Fun Foto Challenge from Cee’s Photography is for the topic:



Here’s my take on it:

Casey’s Creek:

Monkey…with a sour disposition:

Hard to beat being on the water in a kayak:

Lots of casks in there:

Kingdom of sand:


My songs of the day are:

“Beat Creek Blues” by John Prine

“Monkey Wrench” by Foo Fighters

“The Cask” by Lou Reed

“There Is A Kingdom” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds

“A Kayak (On Snow)” by Frank Zappa

“Good Lord Willin’ & The Creek Don’t Rise” by Ray LaMontagne

“One Monkey” by Gillian Welch

“Kingdom Come” by The Civil Wars

32 comments on “Fun Foto Challenge: The Letter K-Needs To Have The Letter K Anywhere In The Word”

  1. I so adore the monkey this week. Great series of photos.

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  2. So cool! Love the Kingdom of sandcastles!

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  3. The first one is particularly beautiful.

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  4. Wowza!!! Now those are some darn good pictures! I can’t get over hoe talented you are!!!📸

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  5. Sand village, fun!

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  6. Thats so cool
    I’ve read almost all ur work 😇
    You r an amazing bloger
    So see some of my blogs as well hope you will like them 😇

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  7. A great collection! I love the kingdom of sand too!

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    • Thanks a bunch, Doc. It was a lot of work, but great fun. Of course, we had to smooth it all out at the end of the day, to take the impediment away and allow the turtles easement, and that took almost as long as building it. 😃

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      • Oh turtles! That’s so cool!

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      • Yep, we were at St George Island, and fall is the nesting time. Crawling over that monstrosity as a sea turtle is akin to settlers coming through the Cumberland Gap. Had to plow it down. 😃

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      • Did you get to see them come ashore? They are such awesome creatures!

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      • Unfortunately, not this time. We’ve seen ’em before, on St George on fall breaks and on Ocracoke in May and June. We actually helped hatchlings to the water one time with a group from OBPA (Outer Banks Preservation Assoc.). That was fantastic! They’re so helpless after hatching, and the eggs are laid way up by the dune line. They’d have to scoot over a 100 yards of fluffy sand without help. Not to mention birds of prey and then aquatic prey. It’s a wonder any of them survive their first few days after hatching. Unfortunately, most don’t. 😕

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      • I remember seeing nature programs about them. And they’re so cute. Well that is the food chain for you…. But that’s really awesome that you had the experience of assisting them to the sea! 😃👍

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      • It really was. Only been out there once when they’ve hatched, and we couldn’t pass up the chance. Unfortunately, it was long before we had the boys. They’d absolutely LOVE to take part in that. 😃

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      • Well, you’ll have to go again!

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      • Oh, don’t worry. 😃😃

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  8. That monkey was fun. Kingdom of sand, wow. I can’t remember when I builded something in sand. Kayak tours, almost nothing beats that. 😃

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