Friday, August 16, 2019

The Letter "G" ~~ Rev 04 - Weekend Roundup and Reflections

The 33rd issue of Weekend Roundup for this year... (THE SEVENTH LETTER FOR THIS SERIES)
- the Letter "G" Prompts are:
(A) Starts with the Letter "G"; (B) A Favorite; (C) "G" for "Green" (Tom's choice); and (D) Reflections.

(A) Starts with the Letter "G": 

Garden starts with "G".  Here are two Fairy Gardens we sort of liked on our visit to the Nursery.  

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Grapefruit also starts with "G" but they aren't GreenLimes are Green but they don't start with "G".

(B) A FavoriteMint Candy wrapped in Green.

Our walk was through a pretty Green water retention area. 

Standing by the stream at the bottom of the Green retention area.  You can see how the street ends at the beginning of the Green.  Our street also ends a couple of blocks down for the Green retention place.

(C) "G" for "Green" (Tom's choice):  Our street ends at this pretty Green Grass and Tree water retention area.

(D) ReflectionsGuess where we were?   Click on the space below for the answer. 
Answer:  In a Houston self parking garage.
It's another shoot and run photo, I wanted to study at my leisure the inside of this car.  So the window shot, I am surprised it didn't' also turn out to be a Selfie in the resulting mixed Reflections.

And if you wanted your Reflection to be Green, here we have some more Grass.  And the water is a little deeper and wider over by the elementary school.

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My Two Questions for this week (you can answer just one if you wish):

1.  My second Reflection picture has a cloud reflecting.  Do you like to see things in the cloud formations.  Do you see anything in this one of mine?  I see someone's, a Giant perhaps, effort showing in his/her attempts to blow smoke rings.

2.  What is your taste preference towards snacks?  At times mine are fruit, other times candy.

Bonus Questions:

1.  What is your favorite "G" word?

2.  Does your area have Flood protection retention ponds.  Or other means to control excess runoff water?
The fine print
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 - I am linked with Tom of "Backwoods Travel" (Link to Tom's Weekend Reviews) - The pictures are all mine and rights are reserved to me under Copyright Law. 

 - I am also linked this week with James at Weekend Reflections, my Reflections Photo.
 - Photos and Poem Copyright, © Jimmiehov 2019, All Rights Reserved
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