For this weeks Friday Foto Fun we have been asked:
Please share something that you consider dramatic?
Whether through your lens or your creative writing …
Post a photo or get creative … stir our emotions!
Well I knew I was going to use a photo from this set for this challenge, I just had to choose one. I have used a few photos of the River Nith before, the skys, shadows and reflections were all full of drama on our evening walks along the Nith in Glencaple last year. It is fair to say the whole visit had quite a dramatic effect on me.
‘Evening drama’, Glencaple, Dumfries and Galloway, 2018.
This week Nancy has challenged us with the topic of ‘Sunshine’, saying:
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO (OR MORE) OF FIRE
Well I decided to twist the brief a little, as I was looking through the archives for ‘Fire’, I saw this photo, taken while on holiday in Cornwall some years ago. Well the sun counts as fire does it not?
‘Fire in the sky’, Cornwall, 2007.
Well this week Frank challenges us with the topic ‘Roll’:
Of course, after a week of Rocking entries, you fully expected that we’d Roll into this week! Yes, I gave into the temptation of using Rock and Roll in consecutive weeks. As Roll can take a number of meanings, you can roll the dice to select the one you want to use. Whether a bread roll, a bed roll, or a ball rolling down the hill, I look forward to see what wonderful ideas come rolling in this week!
So following on from the second of the two rock photos I used last week, I thought I would use another photo from that set, it includes that same rock, but this time we see more of the waves ‘roll’-ing in.
‘Rock and Rolling in’, Sandymouth bay, 2017.
Well this week Frank challenges us with the topic ‘Wonder’:
In case you wondered, last week’s contributions were absolutely wonderful! To put it simply: all of you Rock!! Which leads me to this week’s theme: Rock…
So having a look back through some old photos I found this one. It is a carving down on the beach in Tintagel.
‘Rock face’, Tintagel, 2017.
And also from the same day, a favourite rock to photograph at Sandymouth bay, it would actually be quite hard not to get it in a shot.
‘All at sea’, Sandymouth bay, Cornwall, 2017.
This week Nancy has challenged us with the topic of ‘Shimmer’, saying:
It is so much fun to play with light, especially natural light. When shooting outdoors, the sun can be your best friend or your worst enemy. . . . SHARE A PHOTO OR TWO (OR MORE) THAT SHIMMER.
Last year we spent a week in Dumfries and Galloway, we stayed in a little house on the banks of the river Nith at Glencaple, it was glorious. On several of the evenings we got to walk along side the Nith as the sun was setting, this provided some beautiful images for my camera to drink in. The light was wonderful, and as always I took far to many photos, easily doubling the length of time it would take us to walk from our little house into Glencaple itself. I have used several photos of the Nith for previous challenges, but it was just too glorious not to use another one, and to have the enjoyment of re-editing it.
I had a hard time deciding between the colour image and the silvery monochrome image for this one, and in the end I thought I may as well use both!
‘Shimmer on the Nith’, Glencaple, 2018.
‘Silver shimmer on the Nith’, Glencaple, 2018.
For this weeks Fun Foto Challenge Cee gives us the topic of ‘Shadows‘.
The other week my wife called me into our hallway to look at something, as the sun was setting the light was streaming through our living room window and casting golden shadows on the stairwell wall. That night I managed to restrain myself from grabbing the camera, and we just enjoyed the moment together, watching the golden light fade. The following evening I may have had my camera to hand just in case!
‘Golden shadows’, 2019.
For this Sunday’s trees challenge from Becca I thought I would use these trees somewhere in London.
‘Sunset silhouette’, London, 2016.
This week Tina challenges us with – Neighborhood.
We’re looking forward to seeing what you found interesting this week in your own neighborhood or another that caught your eye and your lens.
So first a recent image of the sunset from our own street.
‘Home wonders’, 2019.
And then secondly it may come as no surprise to those of you that follow my blog that we would live in Cornwall given half the chance. And therefore here is an early evening picture of St. Ives.
‘Maybe in the future.’, St. Ives, 2017.
Each week, K’lee and Dale offer us prompts for you to consider as the latest challenge. This week it is:
MOVE THE CLOUDS, A HEAVENLY PERSPECTIVE
Right. So the secret here is… well, there actually are no secrets and no particular way you’re suppose to define this or any of our challenges. We, Dale and I, prefer you define it and them in any way you choose.
So here are my offerings, last year we took a holiday in Dumfries and Galoway, and the skies were sublime. Upon editing the photos I hardly had to move the clouds to get nice contrasts in the skies. However they can be pushed quite a bit.
‘Field with hay-bales’, Glenquicken stone circle, 2018.
‘Once more along the Nith’, Glencaple, 2018.
In this weeks challenge Nancy asks us to share a picture or two with contrasting colours.
Contrasting colors are colors that are on approximately opposite side of the color wheel. Yellow and purple, green and red, blue and orange, and a myriad of variations in-between each of those. Contrasting colors compliment each other and give interest and variety to images.
So here is a shot taken during last years visit to Dumfries and Galloway, when we went for an evening wander along the side of the river Nith, in Glencaple. I love the way the sunset oranges contrasted against the blue still left in the sky, and threw a deeper blue cast over the landscape.