This weeks challenge from the Lens-Artists is:
This week, we invite you to explore filling the frame for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #66. You can include images of buildings, people, objects, and/or elements from nature. Feel free to include shots of the same subject before you filled the frame and after you filled the frame.
Well I did not even have to try to think about how I would compose this shot, as the bull decided he would fill the frame for me! It looks a lot more scary than when I took it a minimal crop at 18mm so I was quite close!
‘501603’, Anglesey, 2019.
This week Cee challenges us with –Animals
‘Moo who (601555)’, Near Bryn Celli Ddu, Anglesey, 2019.
For this weeks Friday Fun we have been asked:
take a local farm scene or share one from archives …
please share what is produced locally … do you buy local?
’50/603′, Anglesey, 2019.
This week Cee challenges us with:
This week the topic is Horns. Your horn can be any of the following:
animal horns (antler)
As soon as I saw the post I knew which photo I wanted to rework for this, it is from way back in the archives when I was using the Fuji HS20. Not sure why this has stuck in my memory for so long, but it did.
‘Moo you looking at’, Merthyr Mawr, 2012.
For this weeks Fun Foto Challenge Cee asks:
This week the topic is Black and White and there is no specific topic. Let’s keep this challenge strictly black and white.
I have been looking back over a lot of old photos recently, taken on Cameras other than the A6000 I usually use, and here are a few I liked.
‘Monument’, Harris & Lewis, Outer Hebrides, 2009. [Dimage Z3]
‘Hill Walk’, Brynna, Wales, 2010. This photo could have been set up by either Karen or myself, although it was taken with her camera. [Canon A1100]
‘Moo’, The Hurlers, Cornwall, 2011. [Dimage Z3]