One Word Photo Challenge: Dry

Dry at Descanso Gardens Photo cred: Vanessa Rodriguez

Dry at Descanso Gardens
Photo cred: Vanessa Rodriguez

For this week’s One Word Photo Challenge I chose a picture I took at the Descanso Gardens. I’d bought this umbrella years ago in Chinatown in Los Angeles and finally had the chance to use it. I doubt it’ll keep anyone from getting wet – thank goodness it’s so dry in southern California.

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13 Responses to One Word Photo Challenge: Dry

  1. A gorgeous umbrella. I love this shot!

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  2. Robin Vansal says:

    Wisely chosen scene! The umbrella has a nice design on it. Looks beautiful

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