What do you see # 93 – A Roundup


United in a common cause
Hands raised to protect and preserve

Joined in a common cause
Deep sympathy and care for the planet

Coming together for a mission
They will lay their lives to save their home

Young and old
From all cultures of the globe

They are pledging their best effort
For the conservation of our home planet
Won’t you join them too?


My heartfelt gratitude to all the bloggers who have participated in this week’s challenge. You can read their contributions by clicking on the links.

Chris Hall; Our verdant bower

Lady Lee Manila; Hand in hand

Jude; Aggrieved

Deborah; Beauty in humanity

Radhika; Drift from then to now

Mason; Trees of life

Tanya; What do you see # 93

Di; You need hands

Jim; Trouble in the garden

Melanie; WDYS # 93

Jules; One handy community

Eugenia; Communicating with nature

Michnavs; Why?

Reena; Effort

Kittysverses; Trees of remembrance

Nope, not Pam; What do you see # 93

Shweta; Goodbye

Suzette; Victory garden

Anisha; New-age oases

Punam; Not just another tree

Carol; What do you see # 93

Abhishek; God of belief

Jeff; Let our love be displayed

Many thanks to all my friends who read, commented and shared these posts.

I will be posting next week’s challenge on Monday at 12:00 pm PKT.




31 thoughts on “What do you see # 93 – A Roundup

  1. May we all learn to work together giving what we are able and continue to enjoy our Earth for years to come.

    My hubby just had a class about hazardous materials… and batteries. Just a quick FYI – if a child swallows a small round watch type battery – take them to the ER!! If that gets caught in their throat they need it removed as soon as possible. Don’t just wait for it to ‘pass’. The life left in that battery can cause real danger in a very short period of time (two hours). So let’s work together in saving nature and dispose of used batteries safely.

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