Unusual Toppings: LCPP – The life Captured Photo Prompt

Welcome to this week’ Life Captured Photo Prompt – LCPP. This week’s prompt is “UnusualToppings“

Each week on Saturday I will post a photo prompt and if you wish to participate, post a photo on your blog any day from Saturday through Friday and ping it back to my original post, tagging it LCPP and leave a comment in my weekly post linking back to your post so I can take a look. That’s it. Let’s have some fun with this.

San Diego California

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19 Comments Add yours

  1. Lisa Coleman says:

    That is certainly unusual! What a cool looking roof!

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    1. Basil René says:

      I actually have a bird feeder with that type of roof that I love and when I saw this was an actual roof on a shed I loved it instantly.

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      1. Lisa Coleman says:

        I would love to see your feeder. Maybe you can put it in one of my bird weekly challenges. 💜

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  2. Alison says:

    I have just read you have three blogs that’s why I was a bit confused 😆

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  3. klara says:

    that rooftop is gorgeous, I love those plants. my first entry for this challenge: http://lessywannagohome.blogspot.com/2020/07/unusual-toppings.html

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    1. Basil René says:

      Yes it is. They are great plants and very hard in dry locales.


      1. Basil René says:

        Thanks for taking part. Didn’t comment directly on the blog because I needed to sign in on Google and prefer not to. Great shot. Looked painful!


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