G is for…

We skipped a week, but it’s now time again for another Alphabet Photo Challenge.  This week, it’s all about the letter G!

G is for GAWAIN (October 14, 2010)

G is for GHIRARDELLI CHOCOLATE (October 9, 2010 – San Francisco)

G is for GIRL, FLOWER (October 22, 2010 – Whitney & Mark’s Wedding at Walnut Grove, Moorpark, CA)

G is for GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE (October 9, 2010 – San Francisco)

G is for GORILLA (October 2, 2010 – San Diego Zoo Safari Park)

See you next week for the letter H!


Posted on October 23, 2010, in Photo Challenges, Photography. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Great shots! Little the Golden Gate Bridge and the beautiful little Girl! I see you’re part of the Virtual Coffee Tuesday…Maybe I’ll see you then for a cup of coffee. 😉

  2. and I meant….”Like” the Golden Gate Bridge….It’s still early. More coffee needed here. 🙂

  3. Your Golden Gate bridge is amazing. Wonderful job.

  4. Very clever for “G”. I love the shot of the Golden Gate Bridge.

    Erika B

  5. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE, that pic of the flower girl in those adorable boots, all the people in the background are thinking the same thing… “That girl is so CUTE!”

    I would love to take my girls to the San Diego Zoo to see that Gorilla… There isn’t one of those at our Zoo 🙂

  6. fabulous pics… love the chocolate factory!! hm… must visit one day! =)

  7. Love the different perspective of the Golden Gate. And WOW to have gotten a photo of the chocolate factory! Wonder G photos thanks for sharing and playing

  8. Tammy McChesney

    What a beautiful little girl…and what a gorgeous cat! 🙂

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