Weekly photo challenge: an intricate fish called Nemo! 

Intricate to me means clever, detailed, interesting and elaborate.

This fish, which we have called Nemo, is a resident in our beach house and ticks all the boxes for intricate. It’s clever, interesting, detailed, elaborate and it’s been made from driftwood. I love it!

We are spending a wet weekend away with family and friends to celebrate a special birthday. We have rented a beautiful beach house that has great views over the ocean, trees that attract lovely colourful parrots, fun company, board games, books and anything else that we could possibly need to survive whatever the weather throws at us. We can also hear the ocean which is a bonus for those of us who normally live up in the mountains.

We also have Nemo, our newest fishy friend.

A fish called Nemo
A fish called Nemo

There are a lot of interesting interpretations of this week’s photo challenge, you can see them by clicking here.

Enjoy your weekend my friends, I know I will!

 

14 Replies to “Weekly photo challenge: an intricate fish called Nemo! ”

  1. Great take on the post, Debbie. Enjoy these precious moments with family. And If I’m not mistaken, congratulations on your beautiful daughter’s 30th. Wishing her all the best and many happy returns.
    Warm hugs
    Lucile

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    1. Not mine but my daughter’s 30th birthday weekend organised by her fiancé. It’s fine about the weather as we are together with friends and family. I made her a photo book of her 30 years with highlights from every year so we’ve enjoyed reliving each and every one of them. 😊☔️

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