Another new (to me) photo challenge!! This one is from a lovely blogger named BeckyB. I’m an instant fan because I see lots of cat photos on her site.
So you want “SPIKY“, eh?? I’m pleased to introduce you to my SPIKY pets! Well, SPINY anyway.
Now I just have to figure out how to make a photo square!
We always have a large crowd of mourners when one of our Spiky friends passes on…
For more on these Giant Spiny Australian Leaf Bugs, please visit my blog. I write about them shamelessly…a lot!
Thanks for the Challenge! What FUN!
15 thoughts on “March Squares; the theme is #SpikySquares”
wonderful collection of spiky things – the blue plate is such a nice base too
Thanks. She was the longest living one I ever had (26 months) so she got a special send off
Oh wow! You have a special heart to love on these leaf bugs – we’ll all pet owners have big hearts and this is just a fun pet – the photo with the leaf bug draped on the camera – hahh
oh these are such fun :-), thank you so much for joining us and for making it all square!
Thank YOU. Is it OK to send a second entry?
It’s a daily challenge so you can send as many as you like! I’ll be creating the first mgallery hopefully later this week when I’ll feature everyone.
Got it…I think. Thanks. Do I send it to a different post of yours each day??
Totally up to you . . the best option is to connect with my daily spiky post then there’s a good chance others will visit too. Or if it is easier to schedule just select one of my older spikes to link to.
Becky – just wanted to say I am glad you do not use “inlinkz” cos they have lots of ads now and they use advertising
Oh I’m so glad you like my approach. I did ponder the auto link ups, but I really enjoy putting together the galleries as that way everyone gets to visit on a day when everyone is included 😁
Yes and I do have one comment about one of your galleries from a while back – but I will be by your site to share –
But wanted to chime in real quick because I am not doing any more challenges that use inlinkz
(I feel like i’m eaves dropping.)
If you find a spiky, set your camera to 1:1 and square away 🙂