[New Post] Photography 101 . Landmarks

Okay, so the orples and I cheated to fulfill today’s post. But really, this is Orpleville, and not all landmarks are captured by photography. Take the Treasure Tree, a place sometimes referred into in our blog posts. Then, I thought, hmm, maybe my followers aren’t familiar with ‘our’ landmarks. So to keep you people in the loop, here is what we’re talking about.  Before the orples were orples, they were oranges, then through miraculous transformations, and big dreams coming true, the orples were freed from their tree. My book, “How Orples Came To Be” tells their story, while including the story of Jack, and how they accidentally helped their human friend rekindle his relationship with his father, after his mother died. If you want to know more, I’ve included links on my home page leading to various areas of my blog.

The Treasure Tree in Orpleville
The Treasure Tree in Orpleville

Once the orples were no longer oranges, their needs changed, so they transformed their orange tree into the Treasure Tree, shown above. And then, in book 3 of their trilogy, Olivia learned to read. She has so many books, Jack had to bring her a cooler to serve as a  library so her books won’t get wet when it rains. Olivia loves to learn. And she loves to travel. If you would like for us to travel through YOUR blog, let us know. If you’d like to stroll down memory lane with us and some of our friends before you decide to join us, please feel free to check us out by ‘Visiting the Neighbors‘.

8 thoughts on “[New Post] Photography 101 . Landmarks”

  1. I wouldn’t mind having a treasure tree like that myself and maybe, just maybe there would be little Orples like Olivia and Oscar as well. Now, that would be fun for sure. :D

    Orpleville is such a beautiful and magical place and it’s fun visiting you and the Orples Marcy. Thanks for sharing. :D

    1. Somewhere in the archives, in one of my December posts from way back when, the orples had decorated the Treasure Tree for Christmas. They will probably do it again this year. The orples do love their little Treasure Tree. ;)

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