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LAPC #229 A Perfect Pattern
This week Ann Christine has given us the Lens Artists Challenge of Perfect Patterns. Here is my response. I only have one photo but think it is a nearly perfect pattern. I think many of you will know where I found this perfect pattern. Do take a look at Ann-Christine’s perfect patterns and in the…
Street Art LAPC #170
This week’s challenge from Patti at Pilotfishblog is Street Art. Here are some views of street art in the East London Borough of Hackney. Just this week I found some delightful street art right on the main street of the town near where we live. Each of these little “pet rocks” had been painted and…
LAPC #166 Artificial Light.
If they march in step the bridge might start to bounce !
Geometry! Not my favorite subject in school but this week Patti has given us the Lens-Artists Challenge of Geometry. When I thought about it I realized that the discipline of Dressage has a lot of geometry in it. The dressage arena is a rectangle : 20 meters by 60 meters. At the lower test levels…
A ‘Soft’ Day or a Glass of Milk?
The weather Deities must have heard about this weeks Lens-Artists Challenge. Ann Christine gave us the challenge of “soft “. I did not think I had photos that would work for the soft challenge. But ….when I woke up this morning we had dense fog. It was 0 Celsius and 92% humidity according to our…
A Glimpse of Life from My Kitchen Window.
This past weekend I took part in the Great Backyard Bird Count. This is a world wide effort with thousands of people watching, identifying, counting, and reporting the birds they see. The final count is as follows: Species observed 6236 Completed checklists 302,400 World regions 253 Canada came in second place with 262 species observed…
Emotions! Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #131
For this Lens-Artists challenge, to show photos of “emotions”, I am choosing several photos from the World Equestrian Games in 2018. I had media accreditation for the WEG 2018 This enabled me to get a good spot ringside to take photos. These riders have just finished their tests. The release of the tension and the…
2020 -This is the Year That Was.
This week Tina has given us the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #129 of Favorite images of 2020. So I shall go backwards through the year of 2020 starting with this winter season. After a relaxing of some Covid restrictions there was a horse show at Angelstone in September. The show organizer had taken a lot of…
This Holiday Season
This week Lens Artist Ann Christine has given us the challenge of the Holiday Season. I shall be honest and tell you that this year I considered not putting up the Christmas tree. Then I thought better of it. As I put on the decorations each one brought back a memory. The mat around the…
This week Amy has given us the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge of Precious Moments. Here are some of mine “The most precious gift of life is to be alive.” ― Lailah Akita In the Pandemic I often remind myself that it is a gift indeed to be alive and to be able to have these precious moments.…
Enter at A
Every dressage test, from training level to the Grand Prix starts with the horse and rider entering the ring at the letter A. Whether you are riding in a show at your local club or in the Olympics you enter at the letter A. So when I saw that this week’s Lens-Artists Challenge #126 from…
Now and Then
This week Amy has given us the Lens-Artists challenge of Now and Then. Amy was looking at how life was before the Pandemic and how it is now. What a thought provoking topic. At first I was not sure how I would approach it. But then I thought about what I was doing in November…