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.
This weeks for the Photo for the Week, Bren asks:
This week’s challenge is In the Pink, so anything pink…
Not the most perfect of Roses, but still lovely.
‘A Hint of Pink’, Eden Project, 2018.
For this weeks Fun Foto Challenge Cee gives us the topic of ‘Shiny’.
Well there were a lot of photos that I could have used for this challenge, however I had already used most for other challenges, and I always like to use something new if possible, although I do sometimes forget what I have used before.
Anyway a previously unedited photo, taken for no apparent reason and therefore unedited, and it is metal and shiny!
So what previous challenge entrants would I have used? Two come from something I posted only yesterday, both my bass Tallulah and our new table are shiny, other thoughts were a toy Caterpillar, a shiny red tulip and a rose hip.
This week Jansen challenges with the topic Rose:
You nearly broke the bank with all your fantastic entries on the theme of Bank! Time for something a little different for this week, as all of you Rose to the occasion, I thought I’d present you with a Rose for your effort! Yes, I can hear your groans…the puns won’t stop 🙂
So here are a couple of my photographic interpretations:
‘Ceiling Rose’, Blackwell Arts and Crafts House, Lake District, 2017.
‘Rose Hips’, Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan, 2016.
‘Into the Rose’, Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan, 2016.
‘Rose in Bloom’, Dyffryn Gardens, Vale of Glamorgan, 2016.
Her timeless beauty had been eaten away by the very essence that defined it. She would never reach full bloom, yet it was that very imperfection that led me to adore her.