Earth and Seven

    This marks the fourth and last week of Tink’s combination of numbers and elements for the Weekly Word Challenge.
    Having already played with fire, dabbled in water, and gone where the wind blew, earth is our last challenge, along with the number seven.

    Chatty has been having fun with collages, so here goes.

    Lots of movies have the word seven:


    And “earth” has appeared in a few titles, too:


    Of course, there are a lot of other times seven shows up:


    And earth gets a fair amount of mentions, too:


    Chatty is impressed with the Seven Commandments of the Samurai, so she threw them in for good measure:

    Finally, as this is the last of our numbers and elements challenges, here’s a final tribute to Tink’s cool four-week theme (and a last look at Robert Indiana’s wonderful sculptures):


    Now, we just wait to see what Tink comes up with next!


About merseamersea

setter of cryptic crosswords, designer of jewelry, paper and card maker, editor, quilter, embroiderer, cook, avid mystery reader and occasional writer. Find me on Facebook as Maggie-beth Rees Rasor.
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5 Responses to Earth and Seven

  1. gary says:

    Poor Gina Davis in ‘Earth girls are easy’–what a terrible outfit!Yeah, I had earth shoes, what was so great about them?

  2. kcinnova says:

    Chatty, you’ve got me singing, “The bluest eyes you’ve ever seen are in Seattle! And the hills are greenest-green, in Seattle!” Sadly, I also am shuddering at the memories of scenes from that David Bowie movie… How you ever come up with so many items you put in your collages is beyond me…Cards! Dominoes! Carmen Sandiego!! Me? I was an underachiever this week.

  3. You totally rocked it this week!

  4. Reb says:

    Wonderful job Chatty! I had a pair of those earth shoes and I am sure they are what mucked up my feet!

  5. Tink says:

    I love the playing cards and the dominos! Great eye candy. I hope I can find some more interesting themes for you to run with. No pressure or anything. 😉

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