Monday Minstrel: Bucephalus and LAPC #198

What does the horse of Alexander the Great, Bucephalus, have to do with this week’s Lens Artists Photo Challenge? The challenge from Patti is Light and Shadow. Here is the reason it is relevant to this famous horse. Alexander the Great managed to tame the Thessalian horse.No one else had been able to do this….

Some Humor LAPC #196

Common sense and a sense of humor are the same thing, moving at different speeds.A sense of humor is just common sense dancing. Clive James John,of John’s Space, has asked us for some humor in our photos for this weeks Lens Artists Challenge #196. I start with a photo of my Grandson at the zoo,…

Lens artists challenge :Bokeh

This week the LAPC is Bokeh. What is that ? Well basically it is a photo with the background blurred . Why would you want that? Well this week several bloggers have responded with fabulous photos and the subject of the photos are clear and sharp with no distractions from the background. Sophia has given…

Christmas Break! LAPC #178

Christmas will soon be here. Our son , who lives in England , is here for the holidays. We have not seen him in two years. So I have decided that I will take a break from posting on the blog in order to make the most of his visit. We will all go up…

Architecture LAPC #173

This week Tina, of Travels and Trifles, has challenged us to show some photos of interesting Architecture! Here are some from London. Thank you Tina for this challenge. If readers would like to see some of the other interesting responses to this challenge click here to go to Tina’s site and see links to the…

Weird and Wonderful! LAPC #171

This week the Lens Artists photo challenge is Weird and Wonderful given to us by Ann-Christine .Well…here goes! This is a dangerous hind end! The red ribbon warns that this horse may kick! Thank you Ann-Christine for this fun challenge. If anyone would like to see some of the other very entertaining responses to this…

What is Ordinary?: LAPC #169

It was just an ordinary day. I was in Grade 9 and I was thinking about the sandwich I had made for lunch. Then the Vice Principal opened the door to our classroom. “Everyone down to the Assembly hall. There is an important announcement. ” We all packed up our books and marched down to…