This is my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Ate or Eight prompt.
Eight locking S biners I use on my camera straps. The gates on the S biner turn them from an S to an 8.
Rows of Eight that I later Ate. Gummy Bears on parade.
Travel Tuesday is continuing my look back at some of the photos from the 52 week photo project I did in 2018.
This week I’m traveling to a section of the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline at sunrise to photograph waves forming icicles.
A week earlier Colpoy’s Bay was frozen but after some thawing the wind had pushed the ice out of the bay. A week after this photo was taken the wind had pushed the ice back into the bay and it was frozen again.
The tripod was frozen to the shoreline when I packed it away.
This week Ann-Christine gives us the prompt Soft for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge.
My first thought was of some of the photos I had taken last year when I was experimenting with photographing flowers and plants with various unusual lenses. Mostly fast portrait lenses but also some CCTV lenses adapted to a mirrorless camera.
This is my contribution to Bushboy’s Last Photo on the SD Card Challenge for February 2021.
The last photo of February was a different version of my Monochrome Monday post for the 1st March 2021.
The framing is slightly different and this is in colour although it’s hard to tell. Now I’m beginning to prefer this composition over the shot that I used for my Monochrome Monday post.
Shadows across snow on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario. Taken on a recent walk around the neighborhood.
This is my contribution to the Cosmic Photo Challenge: First Hints of Spring prompt.
It was snowing hard when Dale posted the prompt so my contribution is from my archives.
Two hints of spring, a male Orange Tip Butterfly feeding on Bluebells in Cheshire, England.
A hint of spring, ice on Lake Huron, Ontario, Canada breaking up during the spring thaw.
A hint of spring, a recently arrived male Yellow-headed Blackbird singing to proclaim his territory in Saskatchewan, Canada.
A hint of spring, a male Common Merganser swimming amongst ice on Lake Huron at Southampton, Ontario, Canada during the spring thaw. The Common Merganser is known as the Goosander in Europe.