This week Jenn at ‘Traveling at Wits End‘ asks:
Photograph the Places You’ll Go
You will have to visit Jenn’s site to get a full description of how we can photograph the Place you’ll go, but here is a photograph of St. Ives in Cornwall, I am fairly sure we will revisit this Distant harbour in the not too distant future!
‘Distant harbour’, St. Ives, 2018.
Well this week Frank challenges us with the topic:
For this week’s challenge, I’m going for a darker subject: Night! Personally, I enjoy the look of shooting at night, as the contrast between light and dark is so pronounced. In your approach to this week’s theme, feel free to bring any old night into the light!
The first photo was the first time I had really explored shooting at night with the a6000 and as such this picture still has a warm place in my heart. The subject matter may not be that good but it was fun beginning to explore the cameras capabilities at the time. I have taken many better night shots over the years, but this brings a smile to my face.
‘Camping at night’, Dartmoor, 2014.
The next photo is of St. Ives harbour, as many of you are aware, we just like it there.
‘Harbour nights’, St. Ives, 2018.
This week Bren challenged us to submit a monochrome image based on the following theme.
So for the challenge this week, it is anything to do with tides
We were at Lynmouth this weekend so here is a picture of the harbor at low tide.
‘Not going sailing’, Lynmouth, 2019.
And because we would not have the tides without her:
In this weeks challenge Nancy asks us to:
SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO THAT FEATURE STREET LIGHTS.
So here are two pictures taken in St. Ives the feature street lighting.