Tag: lens artist challenge
Lens Artists Photo Challenge #247 Backlit.
This week Ann Christine of Leya has given the challenge of photos that are backlit. Her responses to the challenge are beautiful I will give a link to her post at the end of this post. All of my photos come from a 2019 tour of houses and buildings designed by English architect Sir John…
Who Needs a ‘Change of Scenery’?
With all the Covid lockdowns and restrictions, ad infinitum, ad nauseaum, I think many of us need a change of scenery. So when Wandering Dawgs , who is hosting this weeks Lens Artists challenge, chose Change Of Scenery as the challenge I was delighted. We have had some warmer weather and sunshine in the last…
What is Striped? What Checked?
This week Ann Christine has given us the challenge of Striped and Checked. I had to think about this challenge. Did I have anything? Striped? Checked? I searched my archives. Chihuly glass. Striped at Kew Gardens. A covered arena in Florida. Striped and checked . Striped support in modern London architecture. A checkered window and…
Symmetry— Lens Artists Challenge #116
This week Patti had given us the word Symmetry for the Lens Artists Challenge #116. I have two photos for my response. Thank you Patti for this challenge. Next week the challenge will be given to us by Amy of The World is a Book.
When I saw that Amy has given us Negative Space as this week’s Lens Artists challenge I had to smile. I thought perhaps this could be a new phrase for the 6 foot distance we must keep away from other people due to Covid spread! But no, it is a reference to photographic space. Amy…
Everyday bits and bridles.
This week the Lens Artists photo challenge comes to us from Patti and she has asked us to feature Everyday Objects. So here are some things that are everyday objects for me and my horse Biasini. First of all here is a photo of Biasini in his double bridle, so called because it has two…
Xenia at Tranature has given us the Lens-Artists Challenge #108. Sanctuary If you are familiar with my blog you will not be surprised at where I find sanctuary. When you’re lost in the nightmare of life, just hold my hand, and follow the sound of my heartbeat to find sanctuary in my heart.” ― Anthony T.…
A Quiet Moment
It is just you and the horse.
Magic in the Old. Magic in the New.
The trick is to successfully combine the two.
Lens Artist Challenge #53 Your Choice.
Belinda’s horse Tattoo,in a drenching downpour.