A-Z Archive: i! Challenge

“A-Z Archive”: i! (Tuesday’s Photo Challenge)

the IVY HOUSE – on the isle RUEGEN, Baltic Sea, Germany
This week’s topic for our A-Z ARCHIVE Tuesday’s photo challenge: the “i”: introduce one photo of your own archive with an “i” keyword for example IVY (like me) or INDIA, IKEA or ICONOGRAPHY, INPUT or INK, ISRAEL or IRAQ, INSTRUMENT or INSOMNIA etc. – get some inspirations via my i-Archive at https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/01/30/the-i-archive/ – I’m sure you’ll find a picture in your own shoe boxes to scan – tag with “A-Z Archive” and put a link on your page to my site, so we’ll get a trackback-list including your post!
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join our interactive gallery!

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tag: “A-Z Archive
Challenge always on Tuesday !!!

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feel free to add in the comments

the link to your own interpretation of A-Z!!!

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76 responses to “A-Z Archive: i! Challenge

  1. A-Z Archive
    I’ll use the image above and the link below
    https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/gallery/
    to invite to join our weekly A-Z photo challenge
    both (image AND link) combined to
    A-Z Archive
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    maybe you can copy and use too:
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    I’ll use the image above and the link below
    https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/gallery/
    to invite to join our weekly A-Z photo challenge

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  3. Hi Frizztext! My photo for the “I” challenge is now posted. A sneak peak at Spring:
    http://creativityaroused.wordpress.com/2012/02/27/i-challenge-immaculate-iris/

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  5. A beautiful house Frizz, so well kept, a source of pride …. now I have one that looks a little Insecure : http://wp.me/p296YA-3d

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  6. click on the photo to watch the version by terri0729:

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  8. An intersting doorway.

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    • I’m not surprised to find ICE in Bulgaria – especially this year!
      your tags – some in cyrillic letters, I like them:
      A-Z Archive, Bulgaria, challenge, България, Сопот, лед, I challenge, ice, фото, photo, sopot

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  10. Here is my entry for A-Z ARCHIVE: I CHALLENGE

    http://wp.me/p23TG1-lR

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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    • “… the name “Ichabod” in the Bible means the glory is gone. We find many small churches across our country in which the glory of the Lord has departed and the church building has closed down…”

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  11. What an enchanting cottage. I can imagine legends of old being lived out behind those ivy covered walls. 🙂

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  12. Great ivy photo! Last year I did a daily photo challenge – photos by the alphabet! I was particularly happy with my letter i – it was a freezing cold day and I was low on inspiration when I remembered the inukshuk statue art along the river. In summer, many come to photograph and paint the sculptures. An interesting collection that is destroyed every winter by the snow and ice, and rebuilt every spring.
    http://anitamacphotos.wordpress.com/2011/11/04/daily-photo-challenge-letter-i/

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  14. gosh i’d love to live in that house!!!!

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  15. Hi everybody, and happy A-Z Archive Challenge Tuesday! Here’s my interpretation of this week’s “I” challenge:

    http://stephenkellycreative.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/a-z-archive-i-challenge-ice-water-inxs/

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  16. Now that’s what I call a ‘Green’ building 😉 Very nice idea for I frizztext 🙂

    Here’s mine – Ironically, building on a somewhat larger scale!…

    http://2e0mca.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/a-z-archive-i-challenge/

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    • “… an Italianate design by S W Daukes. The foundation stone was laid by Prince Albert. The asylum opened in 1851. It was built to hold 1000 patients and had 6 miles of corridors – it was the largest in Europe.”
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      though it looks like a royal resident I’m glad not to live in an asylum …

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  18. I would love to know more about this adorable house…and I love the front door!!!

    Here’s my attempt @ the letter I…http://nolagirlatheart.wordpress.com/2012/02/28/a-z-archive-i-challenge-ivy/

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  19. This IVY HOUSE has got to be the very greatest selection for the “I” challenge in archives project. My utmost congratulations as I soak up more of the green and smell that unique ivy smell when the stems are brushed against.

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  20. Very cool house indeed!

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  21. It looks like a cute little hobbit house 🙂

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    • yes a hobbit house, our son in law (1.99 meter) said to me (1.75 meter) that would be a fine hobbit house for me; he is wondering, that a hobbit father has a tall daughter 1.84 barefoot, 1.92 on high heels …

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  22. liz2you

    Did ‘I’ miss the first 8 photos!
    Is this a Tuesday thing?
    I can join?

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  24. This week’s A-Z Challenge took me back to my grandma’s farm in Ohio and the magic that greeted us each night. Enjoy!

    http://tristenhohn.com/2012/02/29/a-z-archive-i-is-for-illuminating-insects-in-a-jar/

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  26. I agree, that Ivy House is awesome! It’s like a cottage you would imagine while reading a fable! Here is my image for I: http://triciabookerphotography.com/2012/02/29/february-28-2012/

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  28. Nice blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere? A design like yours with a few simple adjustements would really make my blog shine. Please let me know where you got your theme. Thanks a lot

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  30. How can you not raise an eyebrow (window) and smile?!
    🙂

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    • the window in the roof
      (eye of the house)
      seems to have an eyebrow,
      this house is staring at you…
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      you now gave me the motivation to search in old CD-ROMs for more of this house – I know I have some, featuring the interior; I made the series in October 2009 – I hope you will like the upload(I will start soon) …
      IVY 4+5:
      raise-an-eybrow-1raise-an-eybrow-2

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  31. looking inside the IVY house:
    IVY 6+7
    shoe-makertailor
    shoe-maker and tailor

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  32. inside the IVY HOUSE:
    IVY 8+9:
    mirrored-nostalgiaoldtime-couple

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  33. Quite the house. 😉

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  34. inside the IVY house
    picture 12 + 13
    the fearwhite-old-stove

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  35. IVY house, image 14+15
    two-pillowsdoor-close-up

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    • thank you for your reflections on INDEPENDENCE!!!
      “Pride and arrogance” make us free, indeed …
      lesson learned by your pets!

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      • I have always amused me over the word “arrogance” is a word that has a negative value to many ears – if you describe a person must not like – conversely so if it’s a person, much like it is the same attitude suddenly become overview, realistically, a person who has the ability to hover over the waters “, serenity, regal calm or other words with positive values… 😉

        Why call the same attitude different words in cases of like versus not like the person behind the attitude… 😉

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