Each Friday The Snow Melts Somewhere and Something to Ponder About publish a photography Prompt. Join in - It is fun! And everyone is welcome.
Something that is Out of this World but very much edible. The biggest cotton candy I've ever seen.... Or if you are Australian: Fairy Floss Also Out of this World. Abandoned, unforgiving, and definitely haunted, according to my friends who tried to stay the night here where they experienced an out of this world happening, … Continue reading WPC – Out of this World
I have followed Sally's blog for some time and her regular weekly feature with changing themes gives photography buffs a good array of choice and inspires creativity. I am thrilled to have a chance to blog some of my favourite travel photographs in her Challenger's choice week. A perfect day on the river! Sally D's … Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Travel
Macro photos are an insight into another world. The camera allows us to freeze that moment for later inspection. Hidden in the weed known as "pigface" was a small insect that I captured with my old Nexus 4. "A weed is a plant in the wrong place" - Gardener's saying Each week has … Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge – Macro
Millie Thom knows I adore quotes almost as much as proverbs, so she has nominated me to post on the Quotes Challenge. As the day after tomorrow is the Last Proverbial Thursday post for the year, I will post the Challenge across a few weeks, instead of days. I have created a photo logo for … Continue reading Quotes Challenge – DAY 1
With the ubiquitous phone cameras accumulating an over-abundance of photos, joining in with the Phoneography challenge, over at lensandpensbysally , is almost a given. Here is my macro submission! Cropped but no other filter applied. Taken with my new Galaxy S4 note and the original for comparison, (and cuteness) : Macro photography - revealing in … Continue reading Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Macro
My entry this Monday’s for lensandpensbysally‘s Phoneography Black and White challenge and below the original photo.
I think the black and white makes it look historic, something from a bygone era, but this of course, depends entirely on the subject matter. Don't you think? Something to ponder about.
My entry this Monday's for lensandpensbysally's Phoneography Nature challenge tried to incorporate the different planes mentioned in Sally's tips. "A landscape, for example, can be so vast as to cause emotional overload. My approach is to break it down into planes: to see the scene as layers that need to be assessed. This point of … Continue reading Phoneography Challenge, the Phone as Your Lens: Nature