This week the prompt at Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is the letter P. The criteria is it has to start with the letter P and have at least 5 letters.

I chose the word Picnic. When we travel to Europe we like to have picnics for lunch. The guys go to a local market in the mornings (while us girls are getting dressed, good deal if you ask me šŸ˜„) and find some of yummy things to have for lunch. It is usually a game to see how much they can get for the least amount of money. The cost has to include winešŸ˜„. They are pros now.

This is a picture of one of our many Picnics.


This week the letter at Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is the letter O. The prompt is to have an O anywhere in the word. I chose the word fountain. I love this picture of a fountain in a town square in Kotor, Montenegro There are fountains everywhere and the water coming out of them is great to drink.


This week our prompt at Cee’s Foto Fun Challenge is the letter L-

Needs to have at least two syllables. I’m using the word Latte.

This photo is of a coffee shop in Verona, Italy. These were the best latte I’ve ever had (And that is saying a lot since I don’t really drink coffee)


Today the prompt at Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is the letter J – needs to contain the letter J and be at least 6 letters long. I chose the word Enjoys. One of the things we enjoy when traveling in Rome is after a long day of sight seeing, is to go back to the Bed and Breakfast we always stay in, sit in the garden and enjoy a glass of wine and appetizers we have picked up at the local market.


I is for InterestingĀ 

The week on Cee’s Foto Fun Challenge the prompt is the letter I – a word that starts with the letter I. I choose this picture to represent Interseting. I took this picture one evening on the way home. The sun was setting behind me and I’ve never seen this before. I’m not sure why the sky looked like this. I thought it was Interesting. So this is my loose interpretation of Interesting. 

CFFC-G is for GiraffeĀ 

The week at Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge the letter is G. The guide lines this week is that the word has to have the letter G some where in the word. I choose the word giraffe. A few months back we went with our daughter and granddaughters to Out of Africa near our home. We really enjoyed the day. We rode a tram that took us in an enclosure with a lot of animals roaming around. We got to feed the giraffe. It stuck its head in the tram and took food from your hand.