265: The last one hundred

Asparagus Ferns, an abstract

It’s hard to believe that I am going into my last 100 days of the Life in the Bogs Outdoors Challenge.  I think I should have named it the Life in the Bogs Get Outdoors and Play Challenge as that seems more accurate.  Although there have been days when I had to force myself to go out and it didn’t always feel like play at first, each adventure usually evolved into fun and play eventually.

A glimpse of the pond through the cattails

I was trying to come up with a way to celebrate, and thought another give-away might be fun.  So, if you’re interested in a free print of one of my photos, leave a comment letting me know you’re interested and I’ll put your name in the hat for the official drawing which will take place on Friday.  If you’re not interested and just want to comment, that’s cool, too.

I’ll let the winner choose the photo, although there are a few limitations.  Some photos are personal and not available (those are rare and I doubt anyone would pick one of those anyhow).  Some look great on the computer screen but don’t print well.  Otherwise, you can pick from pretty much anything that has appeared on my blog.

Reflection on the pond seen through the branches of a maple tree

It’s day 2 of my at-home retreat and hopefully I’m doing all the things I said I would do (and not peeking in on blogs, email, or other computer-related social media).

I hope your week is going well.  🙂

25 Comments on “265: The last one hundred”

  1. bearyweather says:

    Only 100 days left of your challenge … but, I hope it has become a habit and that you have many, many more fun days outdoors beyond your challenge. Sure, throw my name in your hat … I would love one of your prints.

    Interesting green pictures today … your maple tree looks much healthier than mine .. a hoard of squirrels have been busy de-limbing all the small branches with seeds. My tree looks like it has gone through a hurricane with all the missing leaves spread all over the grass.

    Hope you are enjoying your retreat.

    • Robin says:

      It has, indeed, become a habit, Bearyweather. I’m fairly certain I’ll continue to get outside every day even after the challenge is completed. There is so much to see and do, and every day brings something new. 🙂

  2. carlaat says:

    Congratulations, Robin! I’m with Bearyweather; I hope this is something you’ll continue in one way or another. Your photos are gorgeous, so having a print would be an honor!

  3. Marcie says:

    It’s like you’re sliding into the finish line – only 100 to go!!! Wonderful images – as always!

  4. Kel says:

    I hope you’re not reading this until the weekend! 🙂
    that means you’ve enjoyed a few days of soulspace

    yes please to putting my name in the hat

  5. Marianne says:

    Robin, I just posted a blog stating that my official start day of my 100 day gratitude challenge is today. Now I read on your blog that you have 100 days left on your outdoor challenge. That’s so funny how that worked out. Please put my name in the hat also. Thanks!

  6. I’d love a print of one of your photos – you’ve had so many beautiful shots!! I hope you’re enjoying your break, and doing some fun things!! 🙂

  7. Gosh, Robin, I would totally love, love, love a print! Thanks for this offer, my friend!

  8. I love the last shot! may not have guessed it was a reflection if you hadn’t said so. I want to participate in the giveaway (if it’s not too much of a problem to send a print all the way to Argentina should I win). Your pictures are all beautiful!

  9. ladyfi says:

    Congrats on completing the challenge. That maple leaf reflection shot is fabulous!

  10. dragonfae says:

    Oooh! I’m definitely in … I love your photos! I hope you are having a wonderfully relaxing break. *hugs*

  11. Team Oyeniyi says:

    100 days to go – well done! I too like the maple leaf shot.

  12. Day 2 of no e-mail, no blogs, etc? I could NEVER do that! It would be easier to live a week without chocolate or ice-cream! LOL

  13. jenna says:

    I have prints. Don’t include me, because it’s not fair. That’s not why I’m here. I just wanted to say that the first grass picture looks like a dense neural network. Yep.

  14. judithhb says:

    I started a blog a day on March 1 so have 253 to go!
    Love reading about your interesting life. It is so different to mine. And of course, I would love a print. They are all great. I particularly like In the Clover .

  15. Dana says:

    Too late for the giveaway, but I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy seeing your posts. Very glad to have stumbled across your blog through the magic of the internet! 🙂

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