One to the letter B!
Note: I thought it would be fun to add definitions to the words I find to go with the 52 project photos of the alphabet; so I went back to A Is For Awesome and added some and at the end of this post I’ll add definitions for the B words today.
Bis for blue, black, branches, bright, and backwoods.
This shot is of the sun just starting to set behind an old stone scout cabin, it’s not really way out in the backwoods but it sure looks like it in this shot; and just look at that bright blue Kansas sky! You gotta love it!
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Blue: a color intermediate between green and violet; as of the sky or sea on a sunny day
Black: characterized by absence of light; enveloped in darkness; the very darkest color; the opposite of white;
Branches: secondary woody stem or limb growing from the trunk, main stem, or secondary limb of a tree or shrub
Bright: radiating or reflecting light; shining; sparkling; bold and vivid color
Backwoods: wooded or partially uncleared and unsettled districts; a remote or isolated area