Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur

Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur


This weather is some serious blur. Especially when it occurs in April in what is inaptly called the temperate climate zone. In response to WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur.

35 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur

    1. Thanks for stopping by, Janet, it’s a pleasure to see you! The weather these days was very unusual – it’s not common to have snow and hail and strong wind in these parts in the spring. Today is the first moderate day in a week or so, I hope it will last… Have a great Easter!


  1. Great shot, Mara! It’s still cold where you are? It’s almost summer for your part of the world, hope you do get more warmth soon ๐Ÿ™‚ Maybe it’s our fault in the southern hemisphere – we’re having a string of warm autumn days at the moment.


    1. Thank you very much, Mabel! Oh yes, theoretically, we should have spring here, but for some reasons, this year we’re having snowstorms, strong wind, hail, and temperatures still dropping below zero… I quite envy you your autumn – it’s my favourite season. Enjoy it!

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    1. Ha! You got me – it is actually a picture shot through the window of my flat… The fence is the one of my terrace. The weather was so horrible that it was out of question to go outside…


  2. Your picture invites me to dream about the first snowfall I am able to remember in my life.
    I was four and I recall looking through a fence of one of our neighbours at a snowman which looked so unbelievingly huge that it left me totally amazed.
    I didn’t understand that the snowman wouldn’t just start walking and coming towards the fence to have a little chat with passers-by… I kept asking him tons of questions and later I complained to my mother just how rude he has been because he didn’t answer.
    My mother asked me just to try and understand that some people are shy and prefer to be quiet and listen.


    1. Wow, what a beautiful story! Seriously. It’s a great memory that you have, surely a much cherished one, and I’m honoured that you chose to share it! Thank you.


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