Recently, my chum Amy-Lynn, posted a response on her blog, Flandrum Hill , to a photo challenge at Karma's When I Feel Like It Blog. The challenge was to post three to six photos illustrating an idiom in nature. As Amy-Lynn explains, "idioms are words and phrases that hold a special meaning in a given language".
I must confess that I didn't go out and take photos specifically in response to the challenge, but rather, browsed through my existing photos looking for appropriate shots. Perhaps by doing that, I'm breaking the rules. I'm such a rebel ! ;-)
Interestingly, all the shots and idioms I chose, relate to water.
|Any port in a storm|
|Birds of a feather, flock together.|
A rising tide lifts all boats.
|Clear as mud.|
|Not the only pebble on the beach|
|A drop in the ocean.|
What a fun challenge ! Thanks Karma.