This weekend GC and SueW have chosen the following as the theme for their challenge.
Close-up, close to, close shave, close off, close the door! Contrasting definitions of the one spelling.
This is one of those words in the English language that varies in definition by the way it is pronounced. Close ( clothes) the door cannot be confused with a close (klos) shave.
Well so much for your linguistic lesson for this week. 😀
Which one will you choose? We can’t wait to find out!
Interpret this challenge in any way you choose; photographs, a piece of writing, or rhyme. Whatever your choice, have fun with it!
So a ‘close-up’ of a Red Admiral about to ‘close’ its wings, well it may have been opening them but I claim artistic licence. I might have cropped it a bit ‘close-r’ but I did not realise how scary their faces were!
‘Vanessa Atalanta’, Cornwall, 2019.
This week Nancy has challenged us with the following:
With the rain yesterday, I had fun capturing the raindrops on my tulips. Rain can be tricky to photograph, but raindrops on objects are a lot of fun. The give things a fresh feeling.
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO (OR MORE) FEATURING RAINDROPS.
It had just been raining, it rained nearly every day during our visit to Dartmoor that year.
‘Red rose and raindrops’, Buckfast Abbey, 2015.
For this Sunday’s trees challenge from Becca I decided to use this, the colours of this Acer really cheered me up.
‘Close and red’, Sizergh Castle, 2017.
This weeks for the Photo for the Week, Bren asks:
So the topic this week is Spring.
Spring – the season where my memory cards are suddenly full of images of flowers.
‘Full and Red’, Dyffryn gardens. 2019.
This week Debbie at ‘Travel with intent’ challenges us with:
Welcome to One Word sunday – over to all of you to join the challenge with your own red post.
Well I could have used one of the many photos of Red roses that I have, especially with valentines day approaching. However I felt compelled to wander around the house and select some red objects to produce this result.
‘Bug, Beetle, Fish’, Brynna, 2019.
This week GC and SueW pose us the following Challenge:
Welcome to February, the most romantic month of the year and the Photo Challenge RED!
Cast your minds back to the start of January and some of you may remember GC announcing our new monthly photo challenge, “At the start of each month a colour challenge will be offered to you.”
This month our colour is RED. Well, what else would it be?
So here are two interpretations from my archives.
‘Shepherds Delight’, Brynna, S.Wales, 2016.
‘Tulip’, Stokesay Castle, Craven Arms, 2015.
Ok so while not entirely sticking to the brief, the first photo was the next in my list to be edited, well its vaguely red, with some white. Both photos were taken during this years visit to Dartmoor.If you want to see other entrants to CEE’S FUN FOTO CHALLENGE: RED FLOWERS click here.