Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Crooked and Squiggly Lines

As every week, I’ve been looking for inspiration for Cee’s picture prompts in things I see every day.

In this case, crooked and squiggly things around me.

I finally came up with a couple of things.

Firstly my baby orange tree. The oranges are tiny at the moment, and they won’t be fully grown and edible until some time between November and December.


The leaves are curly more than squiggly…


I love their intense green colour.


I also thought these clouds I saw this afternoon, were pretty squiggly


And these other clouds seen this evening, as I was playing in my garden with my gransdon, look squiggly, too, don’t you think?


In any case, Cee’s fun photo challenge makes me look at the things I see every day in a new way, this week in a squiggly way!

Would you like to see some of the other entries?



Published by LucciaGray

Writer, blogger, teacher, reader and lover of words wherever they are. Author of The Eyre Hall Trilogy, the breathtaking sequel to Jane Eyre. Luccia lives in sunny Spain, but her heart's in Victorian London.

8 thoughts on “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Crooked and Squiggly Lines

  1. It takes a long time for oranges to be ready to eat. The leaves are quite squiggly in a sense. How about an earthworm for the next squiggly posting. You should find one in your garden? How old is your grandson? I have nine grandchildren. The youngest just turned one, and the oldest is already twenty-five. Makes me feel old and squiggly. 🙂

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    1. You’re right about the earthworms, but I couldn’t find any! 😦
      Congratulations on your nine grandchildren!
      My youngest gandchild, Elsa, was born earlier this month, she got a post recently: https://lucciagray.com/2014/06/10/writing-101-day-six-a-character-building-experience-elsa/
      My oldest, Alex, is just over three, I was playing with him yesterday, and I have anotherone like your youngest, Mike, just turned one!
      I can’t agree about grandparents being old or squiggly, though, I’m sure we’re wise and fun! 🙂
      I hope you have a fun day with one/some of your grandchildren! 🙂


      1. Oh, yes. I babysit while mum and dad work. 🙂
        Two active children for a not so active granny. I’m already 68 on the 14th of July. Can’t believe it, but life goes by so quickly. I agree with the wisdom and fun. Sometimes I think I am responsible for spoiling my kiddies. 🙂


      2. What a historic day for a birthday! I babysit occasionally because I’m still working, but grandparents tend to spoil just a little, which is a good balance because parents are sometimes too stressed to be patient 🙂


      3. Luccia, I started reading some of your book and found it so interesting. I can’t believe I didn’t think that Rochester could have caused his wife’s delirium. Never went through my mind at all. Brilliant! I am going to buy it as soon as I can afford to spend a little extra.


      4. Thank you for reading the beginning of my book and commenting 🙂
        Rochester has a ‘very’ hard time in my novel! I think he had it coming!
        I’ve just sent you an email.
        By the way, the photos on your blog are beautiful, and I’m also a fan of George Eliot, and Doris Lessing.


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