This weekend GC and SueW have chosen the following as the theme for their challenge.
Our weekend photo challenge here on Weekly Prompts is BLOOM.
Flowers bloom, ladies-in-waiting bloom, youngsters bloom when the delicate transition from childhood is achieved. We adults, begin to bloom when our hopes and dreams are accomplished, or when sought-after independence is finally attained.
How will you bloom, how will you choose to address our challenge?
Two pictures from our recent jaunt up to Yorkshire.
The first showing the blooming magnificence and scale of megalithic structures surrounded by this years corn in bloom!
‘Blooming Huge’, Devil’s Arrows, 2019.
And the second a lovely flutterbuy on a buddleia bloom.
‘Blooming lovely’, Beningbrough Hall, 2019.
This week Nancy has challenged us with the following:
Last week I asked you to obey the rule of threes. This week, I want you to take three photos of the same subject, but from different angles or distances or whatever. This will give you the chance to look at your subject in a lot of different ways. This is the only rule, so have fun.
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE THREE DIFFERENT PHOTOS OF THE SAME SUBJECT.
This week we went in search of the stone circle that wound become the 50th stone circle in a series of 50 that we were attempting to visit before my wife’s 50th birthday which is in June. This was ‘Cerrig Duon’ stone circle in the upper reaches of the Tawe Valley. As an aside this means I have also visited 50 stone circles :). Right next to the circle is a standing stone ‘Maen mawr’ (Big Stone), so here are 3 different views of that, two from different sides of the megalith, and one from a distance.
‘Holding’, Maen mawr, 2019.
‘Shooting’, Maen mawr, 2019.
‘Distance’, Maen mawr, 2019.
So what next, well we should easily fit in another 10 new circles before we are 60! So we might need more of a challenge than that.
For this weeks Friday Foto Fun we have been asked:
Please share are moody pic, poem or story?
I love moody skies, though it usually means rain is never far away, which in turn makes me moody when we are on holiday visiting ancient sites, and walking in the wilds. So here is a moody sky for you, did it rain – probably!
‘Standing watching’, Boswens, Cornwall, 2014.