Weekly Photo Challenge: Hidden

I’m a little slow with this challenge but here it is. I shot this photoΒ a couple of years ago while visiting my daughters and their families in Chicago. Can you find the “hidden?”

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50 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Hidden

    1. Thank you! Actually, I was taking a pic of the path and the stonework when he stuck his head out. We were playing “hide-n-seek” and he was checking to see what was taking me so long! πŸ™‚

    1. πŸ™‚ That’s my grandson playing hide-n-seek with me. He was tired of waiting on me and poked his head out to see where I was just as I shot the photo. Worked beautifully! Glad you like it. Thanks for stopping by.

    1. That’s my grandson. He was playing hide-n-seek with me but got impatient and was checking to see if I was coming. I caught his head as he was sticking it out quite by accident. πŸ™‚

    1. Hi Huffygirl. This is heading down to the beach where part of “Ferris Buhler’s Day Off” was filmed. I can’t remember the name of the place, but it’s not far from the Botanical Gardens. Does that help at all???? Anyway, it was a glorious May day — Mother’s Day 2 years ago. Thanks for stopping by.

    1. Thanks for stopping by Marge. Glad you enjoyed the photo. I originally shot it for the road and stonework and beauty. But my grandson, who was playing hide and seek with me, stuck his head out at the moment of the “click” and I now have a great photo!

  1. I cheated to find what you are talking about in the pic by reading the comments. We cheated a lot in college 40 years ago. It was so hard. And you went to see Uncle Ho in Vietnam if you flunked out. And 5 fellows from my senior class in high school did not return. They were just 18. Please don’t think I am a cheater. I have not cheated again since then. Until now. It’s your fault.

    1. But it was a good “hidden” wasn’t it?!?!?! Oy. . . about Vietnam . . . I lost friends, too. What a sadness. Glad though, that you are still here, and as to the cheating? sometimes it’s about survival . . . and sometimes it’s about finding out what the heck is hidden in the photo! hehehe Thanks for stopping by Carl.

  2. That is beautiful. I love hidden pathways. πŸ™‚
    I’ve been out of the loop with power outages and conferences… Will catch up on comments soon. TY! πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks Elizabeth. I was taking a photo of the pathway, but my grandson sort of slipped into it unexpectedly. Did you see him? it was a great day for us all. I know you are busy so I appreciate you stopping by. Blessings to you.

      1. I meant the other right… left. lol! My brain mixes things up occasionally. After leaving my comment I kept thinking something was askew. For some reason seeing your comment straightened it out for me. It’s nice to have solved that mystery. πŸ™‚

    1. Due to family crisis beginning in Sept, and the demands of grad school, my presence here has been a bit sparse. I try to catch up when I can. . . until the next paper is due. I miss seeing folks though, and will blog as much as my schedule allows. Thanks for stopping by. (Glad you like the “hidden.” That’s my grandson.)

  3. So cute! And the other hidden mystery (on the path beyond sight around the corner and uphill) adds a solemnity that contrasts with the lightness of the peeking boy…beautiful!

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