Daily Post Prompt: Shine – via Terry Valley Photography

Today’s prompt made me think instantly of some great “shiny” photos by my friend, photographer Terry Valley.

terrys-sparkling-lake-larger

country-morning-shine

forest-b-w-hazy

icicles-at-falls-brt

wake-up-to-winter


To participate in today’s prompt visit the Daily Post.

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22 thoughts on “Daily Post Prompt: Shine – via Terry Valley Photography

    • The pictures I took were taken with an old Toshiba with a Canon 10X Zoom Lense. But as I explained in the post, half of the pictures were taken by a photography friend, and I don’t know what kind of camera he used. But I’m glad you liked them.

    • I’m not sure how you’re doing your pingbacks, but here’s how it should work. See if this is how you did it.

      Go to the Daily Post site with the prompt that your working on. Copy the URL address of that post from the address bar at the top of the page. Then write your post on your own site. In that post mention that this post is in response to the “Daily Post Prompt.” Highlight those words (Daily Post Prompt), go up to the editor tool bar, and click on the chain link symbol. When that window opens, paste the address you copied into that window. That makes the words into the link — which constitutes your pingback automatically. You don’t need to post anything onto a comment window on the Daily Post page. It automatically connects you when you publish your post on your own site. Then when you go back to the Daily Post page, you should see your site listed with the others that responded.

      I hope this helps.

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