Weekly Photo Challenge: Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place

I’m caught between a rock and a hard place with this weekly photo challenge.

Maybe he’s having a difficult time reading between the lines?
There’s something nasty growing between the scales of this 100-year-old tortoise.
IMG_3498Beauty sprouts between the old posts.
IMG_3472Caught between a moral dilemma and lunch?
IMG_3363Just look between my eyes. Feel the love?
IMG_3203The Honey Moon peeks between the silhouetted trees above our house.
IMG_3609Between a rock and a hard place for sure. Or maybe pigs in a blanket for supper?
some pigDon’t let a big ole’ volcano stand between you and your flight.
IMG_3631When an obstacle comes between you and your dreams, stop to smell the flowers.
IMG_2832Somewhere between unconditional love and protective compassion.

29 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place

  1. I love these pics! You do such a fantastic job of conveying life in Nicaragua. So colourful! Still looking forward to hearing from you on my post on Who Are You.


      • Yes I did. Thank you! I am reading a lot of your older blog posts too, and just watched your HHI YouTube video. I can’t wait until this winter when I can come for a visit. The more I see, the more curious I become. There are so many interesting places to visit, but Ometepe is definitely on my list. I hope that Ron is feeling much better. It must have been difficult being so far away. Take care!

  2. Great images for this theme. Reading between the lines is so typical of developing countries. You wonder how any communication flows. Honey moon is a lovely shot. πŸ™‚ That is one big pig.

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