Georgia, my adopted country, has a rich religious heritage. Georgia was the second country to adopt Christianity as the official religion, after Armenia. Religion is important for the majority of the population, despite Stalin and the communists attempts to eradicate religious practices in the Soviet years.
This week’s challenge is “reflecting” other interpretations can be seen here:
This week’s photo challenge is Danger!
Here the danger is not immediate but cigarette smoking harms nearly every organ of the body, causes many diseases, and reduces the health of smokers in general. Secondhand smoke can be especially harmful to your children’s health because their lungs still are developing. I don’t like seeing adults smoking around young children, even if they are outside.
This week’s challenge asks “Have you traveled anywhere exciting lately? ”
I love travelling.
If you look at my last two posts you will see I’ve recently visited Cappadocia in Turkey.
Other responses to the challenge can be seen here: Wanderlust
More about our travels in Cappadocia can be seen here: Cappadocia
The suggestion of this week’s challenge is: “Earth Day is near! This week, let’s celebrate this planet on which we live.”
Other interpretations of this challenge can be seen by clicking on this link: Earth
Had this catcus a while, then one day this flower sprang up, what a lovely surprise.
This week’s challenge is It IS Easy Being Green!
Here are some of my green images.
For other interpretations of this week’s theme: Atop