iii-challenge

A-Z Archive
Every Tuesday, step by step, I’m walking with my readers from A to Z, last week we had the “HHH”-challenge, so this week we’ll take “i” – I’m sure you’ll also find a a photo, a story or a music title tagged with “i”! Feel free to add in the comments below the link to your personal interpretation of the letter “i”!!! Myself I’ll visualize the subject “Ivy House”:

IVY HOUSE

Ivy House
When my mother tried to show me this house on the island of Rügen inside, it was closed, a closed museum on a Wednesday. Years after my mother had died (suicide), I remembered her little wish to show me the interior of this house. I had to search very long in many villages to find that little town Gingst again after ten years. The museum was open now, I stepped inside – and – surprise – it was not forbidden to take photos…
daylight-bulbbarber-shop
weaving-loomlight blue jug
bed for twothe fear
white-old-stovedoor paintings
related:
https://flickrcomments.wordpress.com/2012/08/28/story-challenge-letter-i/
music tagged i??? Listen to my guitar and my kazoo performing “I can’t give you anything but love…”

 

About frizztext

writer, photographer, guitarist

69 responses to “iii-challenge

  1. I love ivy covered walls of houses, they just seem so cozy. It took a lot of research on your part to find that house again; how good that you could finally see the inside of it.

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  2. Hi there Frizz, I think I’ve seen this Ivy House previously from your sharing. Glad to see it again. Here’s my I contribution this week, what else but the “Island of Boracay.” 🙂
    http://gatheringbooks.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/photo-journal-a-z-photo-story-challenge-i-is-for-island-of-boracay/

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  3. Such a refreshingly crisp take on simple household items – great photos! Glad you found your Ivy House….

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    • hi IDEFLEX,
      I enjoyed your HHH-contribution
      1 – Hell at the end of a Harpoon
      2 – Heroic against the Hurricane
      3 – Hallelujah Howled from Hilltop
      +
      now I’m curious on your iii-ideflex-ideas!

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  4. Like your ivy house. AND also the song on Jo’s blog. Very nice! Sunshine on my shoulders makes me happy too.

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  5. Gorgeous little house, Frizz! (I’m so sorry to hear about your mother–terribly sad loss.) See you later with my assignment–God bless you.

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  6. Such beautiful photos of the Ivy house Frizz, and warm memories of your mother … here is mine, not so happy … http://dadirridreaming.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/broome-japanese-cemetery/

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  7. Good morning Frizz!
    I really love the entrance to the house and the pic with the trunk….It is nice you were able to see it!
    Here is my entry…Hope you like it!!!
    http://ilargia64.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/iii-intruder/

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  8. Taking picture is like taking a part of the present. And if the present show you the past….

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  9. It looks so cute, and transports me back to another time, when things moved a little slower. How sad you never managed to visit with your mother, but how lovely you finally made it. Did you feel her with you over your shoulder?

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  10. Laura Bloomsbury

    an intimate inside – if only you’d been able to share it with your mother.
    I’m walking with you in imagination or trying to
    http://telltaletherapy.wordpress.com/2013/08/27/iii-challenge-imagination/

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  11. I think that’s a wonderful anecdote, searching out the Ivy House.

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  12. A poignant visit – and striking photos, Frizz. Here’s my ‘i’ post – In the Rift –
    a bit of colonial history combined with WP photo challenge – just to kill 2 birds with one post, as it were: http://wp.me/pKVAM-if

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  13. Amy

    That is a beautiful, special ivy house. Glad you got to see inside ten years later. Thank you for sharing these photos, Frizz!

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  14. How lovely, I’d like to try the weaving loom.

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  15. Quaint, interesting, beautiful house, inside and out — I can understand why your mother wanted you to see it. As always, I enjoyed your kazoo and guitar!

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    • P.S., Becky:
      no INTEREST:
      if we have breakfast in the garden, I don’t like to fight with bees on my table. I always tell them: “Please fly to the flowers” – but they are often not very interested to follow my advice …

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  16. Interesting Ivy House and a little bit of insight into you…so glad I’m reading…

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  17. The door is very striking. It does have a welcoming appeal. The inside of the museum classic.
    A very nice rendition of the song.

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  18. I so enjoy listening to you music!!

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  19. You and your kazoo: fabulous! Enjoyed.

    Here’s the Ink Spots ~

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  20. Nessy San

    OH lala, I wanna visit this Ivy House! GReat shots by the way, really love the way you present them here. 😀 Here’s mine this week:
    http://shadelassy.wordpress.com/2013/08/29/alphabet-photo-challenge-i-is-for-isla/

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  21. The Ivy house is fantastic! I love ivy. Here’s my entry: http://goomfh.wordpress.com/2013/08/29/iii-challenge/

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  22. Pat

    This might be a little weak, Frizz, but it is the best my imagination can come up with.
    http://imissmetoo.me/2013/08/29/did-you-see-that-moose/

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  23. My III is Ironwork: http://travelwithintent.com/2013/08/30/i-is-for-ironwork/. Not the kind done at an ironing board!

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  24. Imagine, it is already September – please have a look at
    http://acrossthebored.com/2013/09/02/iii-challenge-2/

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  25. vastlycurious.com

    Hi Frizz! I think I missed H but here is an impetuous. ill-advised image of an imbecile about to make impact ( The signs said no diving : )
    http://wp.me/a2dwKf-Vh

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