This weeks challenge asks us “Drifters, nomads, and even the state of impermanence: this week, share your photos of transient.”
So here is a shot of blossom on the tree -fleeting beauty, but necessary transition for fruition and the continuance of life.
This weeks challenge asks us to “show us your favorite in-focus and out-of-focus moments.” As always I attempt to select a photo from the series i am editing at any given moment – so here is a shot taken during our recent visit to Copenhagen – a lovely glass of Herslev Bryghus Mark Hamp.
This weeks challenge asks us to share an image of :
Rows, stacks, columns: this week, share an image that sends chaos packing (neatly).
So here are a couple of photos taken during our recent trip to the Lake district when visiting the Stott Park Bobbin Mill.
This weeks WPC asks that “This week, share an image of a friend. As always, we look forward to your contributions!”.
I did think of sharing an image of our cats, as a lot of you have shared images of your pets. But as we have just been for a break in Copenhagen, and I am at present working on those photos, what better than a picture of friends on holiday together, memories to look back on.
This weeks challenge asks for pictures of Surprise, so here are two taken on the way back from N.Wales yesterday. A surprise visit to Stokesay Castle, a maybe not so surprising fiend to find on a window ledge, and a surprising Lady.
For those of you who do not follow me on Facebook or G+ here are some links to the two albums I have recently been working on.
Cornwall July 2016 – 213 photos
Finch Foundry – 15 photos
This week the topic for is Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge is E or F.
So here is a Macro shot of some 9pt. Letterpress type that came with the Adana 2H/S that we bought last christmas.
This weeks challenge is to provide a photo from Atop.
Here is a photo taken from Atop my local world. Taken at the winter solstice 2016, up on the local common. It is a 3 photo stitch taken from roughly 51°33’47.2″N 3°29’23.2″W
This weeks challenge is to provide a photo that evokes solitude.
Here is a photo taken last year of the Mên Scryfa in Cornwall, a stone alone, stood in its own field. To look at it in isolation you would find it in its place of solitude, however widen your vision and its place within the prehistoric landscape becomes apparent.
We can all be alone, seek our places of solitude, and retreat, yet we are all connected. Just as the ancients might have envisaged a network of power stretching between these places, so to in these times we need to remember that although we can feel that we stand in solitude, our networks physical and virtual are greater than they once were. Our combined thought can achieve great things.