Tag Archive: Photo Challenge

Photo Study : Sunflowers

In the spring I placed some seeds in the soil, hoping to see beautiful flowers later on. Some weeks later, plants had grown up and the buds started to open. This one I… Continue reading

WordPress Photo Challenge : Macros of Unseen Textures

Normally the surface of my wife’s old wooden ‘kist’ looks and feels smooth and polished but under a macro lens you can see canyons filled with polish blackened with age, ridges and cracks.… Continue reading

WordPress Photo Challenge : From Seeds to Satisfaction

We sewed some ‘Shake n Rake’ seed mix on this mostly barren border back in early June. After much watering when the garden was parched and a little weeding it’s blooming and giving… Continue reading

WordPress Photo Challenge: Anticipation

  I’ve been wrapping presents in anticipation of people enjoying them! 🙂 https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/anticipation/

Photo Challenge: Pure

Here’s a photo of a pure, white dandelion head with all its’ seeds intact. In response to this week’s Photo Challenge: Pure

CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE: CLOSE-UPS

I took this closeup of a dandelion head in the early morning sun. I think it looks good in monochrome. 🙂 In response to: CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE: CLOSE-UPS

CEE’S BLACK & WHITE PHOTO CHALLENGE: Fallen Tree

I took this photo of a fallen tree in Roydon Woods while we were enjoying the bluebells. The photo misses the colour of the bluebells in the background but I like the texture… Continue reading

Weekly Photo Challenge: Jubilant

I was most jubilant having got wed to my beautiful wife Emma. It was a wonderful day and I’m delighted to be married. 🙂 Prompted by Weekly Photo Challenge: Jubilant Jubilant, adjective: showing great… Continue reading

Photo Challenge : A Happy Face Amongst Bluebell Woods

“In a new post, show us a face — and feel free to share the story or the person behind it.” My wife took this photo of me in Roydon Woods. You can… Continue reading

Photo Challenge: Abstract

I took this photo as we explored Animal Flower Cave, Barbados. Looking at this part of the ceiling, is it abstract or can you see a turtle? In response to Photo Challenge: Abstract

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