Here is my entry for this weeks Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the topic of Victory.
It is a reworked photo from a series I took at the Kymin, which has to be one, if not the smallest national trust property, but well worth a visit.
This weeks WordPress photo challenge is that of ‘Monochromatic’, I think this fits the bill nicely.
It is a picture of a Stick insect that was living on a large plant at ‘Glendurgan’ gardens Cornwall, we were only alerted to its presence by the sign nearby, which asked, can you find the family of stick insects. Apparently they have been residents of the garden for a long while.
You can find other entrants for this competition here.
I thought I would post something that slightly twists the brief for Cee’s B&W photo challenge this week, which is Sculptures, Statues, Carvings. So here I present for you “An Artists tools” a photo taken at a recent visit to the Barbera Hepworth museum.
You can view more entries here.
So here is my entrant for this weeks Weekly Photo Challenge: Early bird
This photo was taken fairly early in the morning at this years Rivenstone festival, and just to keep with the spirit of the challenge I have posted this early in the morning as well.
I found it quite hard to choose a suitable photo for this weeks Photo challenge “Depth”. Should I just go down the depth of field route? should it have something to do with water?
Anyway in the end I picked this taken at Dyrham park:
Other photos for the challenge can be seen here – Photo Challenge: Depth.
For this weeks Weekly Photo Challenge I present – a shot taken in Cornwall combining a Tregeseal holed stone, and Karens wedding ring – an expression of who we are.