Weekly Photo Challenge: Up

Weekly Photo Challenge: Up

FEATURED Posted by Sara Rosso

Up can be a direction, an orientation, or even a movement. Share a picture which means UP to you!

Serengetti always looking up to me.
This photo was taken with my first DSLR camera in 2009. This photo is one of my favorites. Serengetti loved posing for me in the early days.

26 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Up

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  2. Oh, my you have a cat that is so adorable and looked exactly like my long lost Felix…Hug that adorable feline double for me…and it made me miss my cat more…

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      • Thanks. When I started the blog, I didn’t even realize I needed a name and just grab this one out of the air, since I figured I’d be including all sorts of things. I found out much later there are quite a few blogs with the name, but I like it, so I kept it.


      • The story behind blogagaini.
        I’ve set up a few blog sites, but mostly to use as websites, so I never had an exchange with the readers. I though, well I will just start another blog . . . again . . . blog + again + i
        I love the repeat letters, and the repeat sound and generally 4 + syllables. I must say that I am enjoying the exchange.

      • 🙂 I see how your blog name came about. I wasn’t sure if it were really those words or a foreign word that just looked like three words I knew. Nicely done.

        As for the exchange, I think that’s a bit part of the fun, knowing you’ve reached a reader in some way and talking with them. I’ve even met three of the people in my online writing group (Friday Fictioneers) and have become good friends with another. All part of the fun.


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