Wandering Camera – September Linky Party

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Welcome to the September edition of the Wandering Camera linky party.  Thank you so much for visiting, for your lovely comments and for sharing your photos.  This photo linky party continues to inspire me to try new things every month.

After a busy couple of months, I had a nice relaxing August.  I love to work on different things and I finally had the opportunity to do so.  There was a bit of painting, gardening, cooking, baking and knitting, with long walks in between.  Those activities dictated a lot of the daily photos I took in August.  They resulted in a wonderful mix.

Here are my photos from the month of August, in chronological order –


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1.  Fascinating patterns on the stem of a pumpkin

2. Grapes from a roadside vineyard

3. Leaves are already turning red around here

4. A TLR camera pencil sharpener


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5. Moon and Jupiter

6. Beginning of a friendship or a just a truce?

7. A large number of hours spent on a Sunday poring over maps and notes

8. Fall leaf on asphalt


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9.  Sweet red tomatoes in my favourite bowl

10. Sun-kissed

11. Amaryllis

12. Sun-drenched leaves


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13. The spice shipment came!

14. My first knitted hat

15. I might be addicted to building Lego cranes of all sizes

16. Sunflower at the local school garden


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17. My favourite paintbrushes and warm fall-colour pastels

18.  Canopy of trees

19.  Asymmetrical roof and a chimney puts me in a fairytale mindset

20. Collected leaves for future painting reference


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21. Freshly-repotted succulents

22. Home-made bread always smells delicious

23. A set of Lego Harry Potter blocks

24. Found a tree in the park with a gigantic knot in it


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25.  Getting acquainted

26.  An eye-catching entryway

27.  Cleaning my mud-stained boots

28.  Peek-a-boo


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29.  My orange Begonia

30.  Sleepy Charlie

31.  Accenting the wrought iron


I am still in need of a break, so I will skip the tutorial today.   I will definitely have more next month.  Now it’s your turn to share your photo posts. I always look forward to seeing them.


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You can add any number of links to your posts from the previous month. The posts should have photos in them, with a story or anecdote. Your project photos (quilting, sewing, painting, knitting, etc.) are most welcome. You can also write a new post to link up. Please do not link up posts that are older than the previous month, they will be removed.

Please make sure to include the badge or a text link back to this site on each post that you link up. You can also add the badge to your blog. I am happy either way as long as you link back :-)

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Wandering Camera is a monthly event that will run on the first Thursday of every month. If you follow me via email, bloglovin or facebook, you will get a reminder.

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I am also linking up on Photo Friday, Life Thru The Lens, Through My Lens, Our World Tuesday and Friday Photo Journal along with with other linky parties on my sidebar.


16 thoughts on “Wandering Camera – September Linky Party

  • Lisa September 19, 2016 at 11:13

    I really need to get my act together and remember you linky party every month. Some day maybe. But, until then I can enjoy coming here. I really enjoy seeing your month in review.

    Lisa @ LTTL

  • Wendy September 13, 2016 at 17:33

    A wonderful collection of photos Soma. They are all quietly saying something the way you have captured them with your camera. Really enjoyed these :)

  • Life Images by Jill September 13, 2016 at 06:46

    great to meet you all. I’m new here today. Thanks for the link up and the look at your worlds.

  • Beth @ Cooking Up Quilts September 13, 2016 at 05:34

    So many wonderful pictures Soma. I always enjoy seeing the variety of subjects in your pics. :)

  • Alycia September 5, 2016 at 19:46

    You did great!

  • shasta September 3, 2016 at 09:21

    All your photographs are so stunning! I love all the variety of the pictures, and together they show such a beautiful idyllic life. You can really feel a mood with the collection.

  • Kim Sharman September 2, 2016 at 10:08

    Some more beautiful photos from you and that clever camera of yours, Soma. =) Love these photos, from the stunning simplicity of the night sky, the excitement of what lies within those spice packets, those two ‘friends’ laying symmetrically side by side to the cute little house…..all bring a smile to my face. I agree with Mary; all should be captured in a coffee table book to pour over and delight in their ‘stunning-ness’!

  • Jeneta@PlumJam September 2, 2016 at 05:50

    Your photos are beautiful, interesting and uplifting, Soma. I LOVE the orange of the pumpkin!

  • krislovesfabric September 2, 2016 at 05:28

    Great pictures Soma, I have a pair of pup brothers who have a bit of a truce now I believe…sometimes they get along, sometimes not. I like that you captured “the look”. :) Those spices make me think you must be a very busy cook!!

  • Janine @ Rainbow Hare September 2, 2016 at 00:14

    Beautiful photos as usual :) I love the crispness of your pictures and the colour balance of your mosaics :)

  • Julie September 1, 2016 at 21:31

    Love your flower and cat photos. What are you planning to do with all those spices?

  • Paige September 1, 2016 at 19:28

    Lovely photos as usual! Enjoyed them all! My favs are your drawing of the leaf, sweet gum, right? and the sunflower.

  • BillieBee September 1, 2016 at 10:52

    So enjoy your photos! Thanks for sharing.

  • Dixie September 1, 2016 at 10:31

    Such lovely photos! So clear and vivid, with great shadows.
    The flowers and leaves are wonderful. The Amaryllis divine.
    Charlie looks sleeply pleased with it all.

  • Mascha September 1, 2016 at 10:06

    What a marvellous colorful inspiring collection of great little things!
    Most I like the collected leaves, the pastels, the color of the rubber boots … and all the others.
    Have you Amaryllis in the garden? I know it only in pots, flowering in Christmas time.
    I make a little break too, the care for my old mother takes many time at the moment. But Iwant be back soon.
    Enjoy the late summertime

  • Mary September 1, 2016 at 08:03

    Your photos are always so amazing and varied. I think they should all be in a book on a coffee table. It’s amazing to see the grapes already so blushed, but guess it is almost fall. Where do you order your spices?

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