February 16

Weekly Photo Challenge: Treasure

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“Guard well within yourself that treasure, kindness. Know how to give without hesitation, how to lose without regret, how to acquire without meanness.” George Sand

 wintering  birds in our yard
Weekly Photo Challenge:Treasure Cherished wintering birds in our yard
A wintering bird in our yard
A wintering bird in our yard
Wintering birds in our yard
Wintering birds in our yard

This week’s photo challenge calls for a treasure or treasures we cherish. The obvious comes to mind and I’ll acknowledge that above all, our relationships carry more currency than any objects. However, we all do cherish other additional things and experiences. We have birds that winter in our garden and yard… I have feeders for them and they give me joy with the songs and playfulness. I will add more later. This is what I want to share here.

“Treasure your relationships, not your possessions.” Anthony J. D’Angelo

Wintering bird in our year
Wintering bird in our yard

You are searching the world for treasure,
but the real treasure is yourself.
~Rumi

What treasures come to mind when you think this topic? Where do you find yours? Is there one you hold dear?  Do let me know in a comment below.
Thank you EVERYONE!

This post was inspired by a prompt from Weekly Photo Challenge: TREASURE  For this challenge, snap a selfie with your camera-phone or camera.  Feel free to get creative and clever, and if you don’t want to share a photo of yourself, think of a way to approach this challenge in a different way. (Hint: silhouettes and shadows are your friends.)

For more, check out how others interpreted the theme – WP Daily Post: Weekly Photo Challenge: TreasureWhat do you treasure? What’s most important to you? IN A NEW POST CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS PHOTO CHALLENGE CAPTURE SOMETHING YOU TREASURE. –Krista

Positive Motivation Tip: Our treasures are often closest to our heart and then, they extend beyond it to touch others.

More Weekly Photo Challenge Posts

PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos from my personal collection.

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet


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  • Time is something I treasure since I retired. Walking without rushing. Planning over a cup of tea. And those occasional days when there’s no reason to look at the clock at all.

  • We’ve been seeing a lot of new birds today also – hopefully that’s a sign Spring is around the corner!

  • Oh you’ve got a dove!! We have a feeder we hang from the porch rafter so the squirrels cannot get into it. I’m amazed at how many birds stay…and it’s been a harsh winter!

  • Oh…how pretty. The birds are so pretty. You just reminded me that I haven’t seen a cardinal in a long while. Come to think of it…the birds and the squirrels seem scarce lately. Must be all of the snow.

  • Beautiful pictures and I love pictures of cardinals. I definitely agree with the quote regarding treasuring ourselves. People are the greatest treasures and we need to embrace that.

  • All the birds are so beautiful….looking and listening their voice everytime is feel so good to our spirit…we feel relaxing and calming…thanks for sharing…

  • All the birds are so beautiful….looking and listening their voice everytime is feel so good to our spirit…we feel relaxing and calming…thanks for sharing…

  • You got some amazing shots. We had a family of birds that lived in our tree but haven’t seen them all winter. Our weather has been getting better so I’m hoping they come back.

  • you have a lot of birds in your yard in the winter time!! I like that second shot you got 🙂

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