Weekly Photo Challenge: Treasure

By Vladimir Brezina

This week’s Photo Challenge is Treasure.

On an extended paddling trip, quite ordinary things become treasures!

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From our Florida paddle in April 2013, our kayak-camping trip to the Hudson River Islands State Park in October 2013, and our Long Island circumnavigation in June-July 2012, respectively.

36 responses to “Weekly Photo Challenge: Treasure

  1. Fresh fruit coming out of a pack on such a trip is like pure gold!

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  2. Of course the treasure holding the treasures is anything but ordinary!
    ;-)
    The view from here (out the window beyond the icicles with the snow pouring down) brings out yet another treasure from your photos: SUNSHINE.
    Stay warm! Stay dry! At least till you get to the Everglades again.

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  3. A wonderful response, and so true!

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  4. They are lovely these pictures of your. What a joy. Johna is lovely too.
    On a hike in the mountains lingonberry jam can make the meal the best experience of the year. This is not normal :-)
    All the best,
    Hanna

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  5. Excellent. Those really do come across as treasures!

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  7. Deliciously refreshing.

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  9. I don’t paddle, but do hike, and I can completely relate to this post :)

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  10. Now Vladimir: the treasure is quite extraordinary…your darling Johna.
    Lovely pictures.

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  11. Perfect treasures for sure!

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  12. so true! ordinary things can be treasures indeed!

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  13. An orange is kind of a marvel. Or is that just me..? ;)

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  15. When you’re out hiking and it’s boiling hot. And then you find a creek of water. All the feels; you just found a treasure!

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  16. I have been there and totally understand (ok not kayaking… but on wilderness trips)! Treasures indeed…

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