Raindrops

Thirsty

Thirsty

 

Join Nancy’s A Photo A Week Challenge: Raindrops

Plangent Plucking

Electric Bass

Electric Bass

From Merriam-Webster:  Plangent adds power to our poetry and prose: the pounding of waves, the beat of wings, the tolling of a bell, the throbbing of the human heart, a lover’s knocking at the door – all have been described as plangent. The word plangent traces back to the Latin verb plangere, which has two meanings. The first of those meanings, “to strike or beat,” was sometimes used by Latin speakers in reference to striking one’s breast in grief. This, in turn, led to the verb’s second meaning: “to lament.” The sense division carried over to the Latin adjective plangens and then into English, giving us the two distinct meanings of “plangent”: “pounding” and “expressive of melancholy.”

Join Ragtag Daily Prompt-Monday:Plangent

Shallow Depth of Field

Hanging On

Join Nancy’s A Photo A Week: Depth of Field

Wordless Wednesday

Another Snowglobe

Cold Textures

Ice Crystals on Birch

Ice Crystals on Birch Bark

 

Join Friday Foto Fun: Textures

Ruffles and Ridges

A Hint of Orange

Join Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Orange and Pink

%d bloggers like this: