Teri has challenged us with:
For this week’s Sunday Stills challenge, show us a fresh perspective on something, some fresh food or flowers, even fresh snow! In the middle of February, show us the promise of spring.
So here are a few photos from the archives that I thought I would take a fresh look at editing, all from the old Fuji HS20exr.
The first is Lemonade not quite fresh as it is out of a bottle – but still refreshing!
‘Fresh Lemonade”, 2014.
The second a close up of those refreshing bubbles, in a different glass.
And the third, a fresh build up Cuckoo spit, the blobs of white frothy liquid caused by froghopper nymphs.
‘Fresh spit!’, 2013.
And finally a freshly grown Strawberry.
‘Berry there’, 2013.
This week Terri Challenges us with:
This week, show us your version of frozen for Sunday Stills!
So here is a photo taken last year when we had the most snow I have seen since living in this area, we usually hardly have any so although it had been forecast it was still unexpected, and it was thawing and freezing in the wind at the same time.
“Wheel Arch Icicles”, Brynna, 2018.
This week Terri is back and asks us:
Let’s kick off February with this week’s theme: fire!
So here are my photos for this theme, the first being very literal, and of some small clay objects being dried by a fire.
“Fired”, Dartmoor, 2014.
And the second, well I took it as a command!
“Fire!”, Dartmouth Castle, Dartmouth, 2015.
This week, while Terri Webster Schrandt continues her blogging break. Hugh is once again, hosting Sunday Stills. This week he asks:
Write a brand new post and share your photos, stories, poetry, or thoughts, about the night.
So here is a photo from a recent trip to Cornwall, walking home after an evening in St. Ives.
This week Hugh is hosting the Sunday stills challenge while Terri Webster Schrandt is on a blogging break. And he asks:
Share with us your photos, stories, poetry, or thoughts, about a window. What do you see when looking in or out of it? Is it only you that can see it? Describe what’s there.
So here is a photo from the archives, taken on our 2012 trip to France, on our way home after playing at a festival out there. The way light enters religious buildings has always inspired me, and you cannot help but feel a sense of awe when standing in a cathedral or large church watching how sunlight is channeled through windows to illuminate the architecture.