Photo Interpretation of Prolific

Photography Series.

I never do two posts in one day.


I haven’t missed a weekly photo challenge yet this year

…and I don’t intend to start today.


Photo Challenge.

The word we were asked to interpret for the photo challenge was prolific.


Prolific is defined as:

Present in large number or quantities; plentiful. Producing in large quantities or with great frequency; highly productive.

I’ll spare you my normal plethora of words and let the photos mostly speak for themselves.



Tulips in Bloom at Vondelpark in Amsterdam. (see more of Amsterdam here)


Love locks along the Seine in Paris. (see more here)


Gravestones at Old Town Cemetery located at Church of the Holy Rude in Stirling, Scotland. (see Stirling Castle here)



Rocks, seagulls en masse on the rocks in the background, stunning turquoise beauty…take your pick. Baby Beach in Aruba. (see others here)



Pink Dogwood in bloom. Roanoke, Virginia (see others here)


So much of who we are is where we have been. -William Langewiesche

Let your light shine!




wpc: prolific


17 thoughts on “Photo Interpretation of Prolific

    1. Thanks Joey!! I do love some tulips. I only wish they bloomed longer. 💕🌷🌷🌷

    1. Thank you so much. The tulips were amazing to see in bloom all over Amsterdam! 🙂

    1. Thanks Jonathan! I’m glad you loved them.
      I was late to the streamlining of the backup game. I’ve been working hard at getting them moved to an external hard drive. When I thought to check over the weekend there were about 13,000 more to move. Now I’m around 8,000!! I’m sure they can be culled down, but I need the space cleared sooner and then that will be the next project. lol.

    1. I really love that photo for the same reason. It feels like it’s trying to climb out of the photograph!! 🙂

    1. Thanks Marcus. I love the way the lock photo turned out too. They have so much character too add to the scene!

    1. Thank you!! I have always loved tulips and it was so exciting to see them all over Amsterdam. 🌷

  1. The Pink Dogwoods, and the Love Locks on a bridge along the Seine resonate with me.
    We have Pink Dogwoods in a small area in Yosemite National Park, and I’ve touched and lingered over the Love Locks on a Pont en Paris, and wrote my name on one on the Brooklyn Bridge in NYC.

    Some things we are Prolific about are good. These two are among them en mon avis. 🙂

    1. Those Pink Dogwoods are some of my favorite local blooms. We have cherry blossoms here as well. I love the character and the stories that each of the love locks hold. 💕💕

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