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Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Nature

Phoneography Monday NatureTaken with the Nexus 4

Windswept, white sand,

Twisted dried twigs and branches,

Footprints I leave in the sand,

Until the tide takes over and wipes the slate clean.

The beach is Nature’s ‘Megasketcher’

 

Something to Ponder About

 

Sally runs a weekly Phoneography challenge at her blog

Other entries here:

http://sustainabilitea.wordpress.com/2014/06/02/phoneography-and-non-slr-digital-devices-photo-challenge-nature-new-life/

http://blogagaini.com/2014/06/02/phoneography-and-non-slr-digital-devices-photo-challenge-nature/

9 thoughts on “Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Photo Challenge: Nature”

  1. We were certainly connected for this challenge. We both wrote poems to accompany images. I like the solitude of your image, yet the signs of human nature are there. Happy Photo Challenge.

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  2. I love that photo and the poem goes seamlessly with it. However, the link on Sally’s page doesn’t come here but back to her site. I came to your site to find the post and I have to say that it’s disconcerting to see a post for a day that we haven’t come to yet! 🙂 Time zones are so interesting.

    janet

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    1. The link seems ok now, are you still having problems? My northern hemisphere friends often comment about the same feelings re the time zones. New Zealand is the only place that is ahead of us, and that is only a few hours, so I don’t have that same time warp feeling.

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    1. Barbara, it is Queensland, Beachmere to be exact! Such a unique spot. Windswept, wild and wistful are more words that come to my mind from that day. Thanks for your lovely comment.

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