Tag Archives: PFTW

When the snow came – Photo for the Week – 28 – Winter

This weeks PFTW challenge from Bren is – Winter.  So here are two photos from last year when we had a pretty heavy snow fall (for around here).  This is by the time it had started to thaw a bit, the difference between elevation of the two photos is not that great really but enough that the temperature and difference in the depth of the drifts was!

‘When the snow came’, Brynna, 2018.Winter

‘In over my wellies’, Brynna, 2018.Winter2

Ken

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Memories – Photo for the Week – 27 – Time

This week Bren sets the topic for the ‘Photo for the Week’ as ‘Time’.

The challenge for this week is Time. And for the challenge as long as time is reflected anything goes. It could be a watch, clock, the time of a season, or even heritage.  Anything that reflects time.

So here are two pictures of a pocket watch, it is over twenty years since this kept good time, when I used to wear it when I went out for the night.  Before it was mine it was my grandfathers last watch so it also represents time in a different way as well.  So when wound up this watch can walk forwards in time with me, but also take me back.

‘Inner workings’, Brynna, 2019.Time1

‘Cracked face’, Brynna, 2019.Time2

Ken

Mmm Pie – Photo for the Week – 26 – From the Kitchen

Yesterday Bren at Ryan Photography asked us:

So for this challenge, it can be anything that comes from the kitchen… ranging from food, right through to looking through the kitchen window.  Hope you enjoy!!!

I cooked two pies yesterday to take around to friends for dinner – Quorn, Stilton and Onion, if you want to know :).  So her is a picture of them cooling in the kitchen.

‘Mmm Pie’, Brynna, S.Wales, 2019.KitchenPie

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Fire – Photo for the Week – 25- Chimneys and Fireplaces

For this weeks challenge Bren at RyanPhotography asks:

This week’s challenge is Chimneys and Fireplaces.  Originally it was only going to be chimneys but as chimneys don’t exist without a fireplaces.  I thought the two subjects go hand in hand.

So here are a few reworked shots from the archives.

‘Skyline chimneys’, London, 2016

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‘Big chimney’, Stott park bobbin mill, 2017

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‘Ornate fireplace’, Stokesay Castle, 2017

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Thinking of Boats – Photo for the Week – 18 – Boats.

In this weeks challenge Bren asks:

And below is a selection of boat images we’ve taken over the years.  I look forward to seeing you boat images..(whether they are of ships, rowing boats, canoes etc).

So here is a 4 photo stitch taken when we went to Dartmoor in June 2018, from an as yet unedited series of photos.  This photo was actually taken on a brief foray into Cornwall to Kingsand.

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Drumtroddan Skies – Photo for the Week – 12 – Clouds

In this weeks challenge Bren asks:

For this week’s challenge, I thought I would choose the subject of Clouds.  To me, clouds make an image.  I love images where clouds have drama.  Stormy skies are my favorite.

So here is a picture of the Drumtroddan Stone Row taken earlier in the year – a four photo stitch in which I loved the way the sky appeared to be rolling against the stone.

Drum3Click on the image for a higher resolution picture.

Scorhill – Photo for the Week – 11 – Textures

In this weeks challenge Bren asks:

For this week’s challenge, I thought I would choose the subject of Textures. . . Your images can be images that show texture or an image where you’ve added a textured overlay.  It doesn’t matter, just as long as we can see the texture.

So below is a picture of Scorhill stone circle, taken on our trip earlier to Dartmoor, a series of photos I am long overdue editing.  It is a 2 photo panoramic stitch, and has been layered up with quite a few textures.

Scorhill

Devorgilla Bridge – Photo for the Week – 8 – Bridges

In this weeks challenge Ryan asks:

for this week’s challenge, I thought I would use ‘bridges’ as the topic for this week’s Photo for the week.

So below is a picture of Devorgilla or Old Bridge in Dumfries, taken on our trip earlier in the year.  It is a 3 photo panoramic stitch.

Devorgilla Bridge