Community, Painting, Traditional Art

Daily Post Photography Challenge – Cover Art

Daily Post Photography challenge for this week - using my art, from Telemark Poster, book, or photographic collection front cover: To join in click: http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/cover-art/ and visit some others: http://marshaleith.wordpress.com/2014/10/24/wordpress-weekly-photo-challenge-cover-art/ http://sassyethnicbohemian.wordpress.com/2014/10/24/weekly-photo-challenge-cover-art/ Something to Ponder About

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Daily Post Photo Challenge – Room

Daily Post weekly photo challenge wants a room and here is one of my favourite rooms: This lady was making 'kleiner' - a type of traditional Christmas Donut style dough shaped into a twisted diamond. Delicious. The simplicity of this room both in the nature of the woman's clothes and kitchen itself, with its whitewashed wooden… Continue reading Daily Post Photo Challenge – Room

Painting, Traditional Art

Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Work of Art

I am a Rosemaler? This is my Rosemaling, through a Photo editing Camera app. I am planning on adding a border with an appropriate proverb. Rosemaling is the traditional art of Norway, and today is Norway's bi centenary: 200 years an independent nation today. Gratulerer med dagen, Norway. How about that? Australia is older than… Continue reading Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Work of Art

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Daily Post Photo Challenge – Spring

Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge - Spring Nothing is more evocative of Spring than a pretty display of flowers.   Springtime for me means more afternoons spent on the beach with the dog and having a late Sunday afternoon meal of Fish n chips as the sun goes down and the lights go up. Something… Continue reading Daily Post Photo Challenge – Spring

Australia, History & Traditions

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge – Letters

Letters, especially hand-written ones, are fast becoming an historic phenomenon. The excitement that comes with receiving a letter correlates to the amount of time waiting for it. And if it is a handwritten letter, it is almost as if that person is spending some time with us, as we hear their voice in our head when we read their words, with their own personal inflections and mannerisms. Letters in all forms are wonderful. I used to be an avid writer, as was my family, and have many copies of my old letters from penfriends. I have dug through my photo library to find some unusual examples:

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life     Some other Street Life to Ponder about: http://linsdoodles.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/weekly-photo-challenge-street-life/ http://itstartedinasia.com/2014/03/weekly-photo-challenge-street-life/ http://ianrodger.com/2014/03/28/photo-challenge-street-life/ http://wisemonkeysabroad.com/2014/03/29/weekly-photo-challenge-street-life/ http://4otomo.wordpress.com/2014/03/28/weekly-photo-challenge-street-life http://ceenphotography.com/

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Daily Post – Reflection

SEEING DOUBLE? Not at all. Just a perfect day in ST. MORITZ Something to Ponder about when gazing in the Reflection? More at the Daily Post Trackbacks & Pingbacks Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflection | Russels Lof Light is a reflection | Le Drake Noir Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections | ms. diplomacy Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections… Continue reading Daily Post – Reflection

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

Perspective can mean two different things: Linear perspective as well as size differential perspective in one plane. Here are some photos to show my interpretations of Perspective. Something to Ponder About. A fairytale puppet of mega proportions, in Innsbruck. or another from Salzburg: Zoom out to Levitating Mozart!!! Salzburg has many surprises..... Boy standing on… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Perspective

Australia, Community, Environment

Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

Abandoned: The very word conjures up feelings of desolation, despair and a sense of giving up. In rural Australia, there are many signs of abandonment, and this is but one. Oftentimes, the relic of a house or barn, is a tin roof, or sometimes a brick chimney and no roof. For me, these abandoned buildings… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Abandoned

Cakes, cookies, biscuits and Home Bake, Community, Food

Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

The Daily Post set us the challenge of finding images that would tell a three-picture story - storytelling with images: An establishing shot: a broad photo of your subject. A relationship: two elements interacting with one another. A detail: a close-up of one part of your subject. Here is my interpretation: For other interpretations here… Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes