Tag: Photo challenge
Shedding blades, Sunbeams! It’s the Letter S….
Snow, Sunbeams, Sunrise, and Shedding Yesssssss all with S!
Day 9 –Travel Photo Challenge
I have taken up Rupali’s challenge to post a favorite travel photo, no explanation, one photo a day for ten days. I am not nominating other bloggers but why not join me. I know lots of bloggers have some wonderful travel photos that we would enjoy seeing. Mine will all be horse related. Only one…
Travel Photo Challenge Day Two
I have taken up Rupali’s challenge to post a favorite travel photo, no explanation, one photo a day for ten days. I am not nominating other bloggers but why not join me. I know lots of bloggers have some wonderful travel photos that we would enjoy seeing. Mine will all be horse related.
Focus on the Subject
How to get the viewers eyes to focus on the subject!
I planted a new delphinium in the back garden this spring and it has started blooming. I think it is stunning! The photo below is inspired by Cee’s photo challenges. It is shot at f25. the one above is f5. and the top one f8. I wanted to get this ‘from above’ angle and still…
Backlighting. Blessing or Curse?
For a silhouette it is a blessing.
Lens Artists Challenge: Pastimes
Their favorite food. Oranges!
“Let us then be up and doing, With a heart for any fate, Still achieving, Still pursuing, Learn to labor, And to wait.” The words of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow and the ‘first thing in the morning’ enthusiasm of our little mini-Schnauzer June seemed to be the ideal response to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge “Morning” given…
Macro Monday: Milkweed
The milkweed is much prized by the Monarch butterfly and I am familiar with how it looks in the summer. But this past week I found it in a different state while walking on the Oak Ridges Trail.This is how it looks after surviving the Canadian winter. And here is the seed pod after it…
Abstract: a whorl, a star, a crystal,and tracks.
Biasini provided some abstracts.
Color Your World Chestnut
It will not come as a surprise, to anyone who knows me, that the Chestnut in my World is my beautiful horse Biasini. Biasini is a huge part of my life and I am grateful for him every day. When I saw that Tourmaline’s Color Your World challenge was Chestnut and Copper it was easy…
A Square Viewed
I am hastily joining the “square gang” devised by Becky at The Life of B. Her lines and squares challenge will end on October 31 and , time flies, we are almost there. So here are my “squares”. Squares in London are green spaces which may be open to the public or are restricted for…