The new Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge is Vanishing Point.
I had a few ideas for the challenge before thinking of some shots from last autumn. I had gone down to the dock at Colpoy’s Bay for the sunrise but it was thick cloud with no colour in the sky so I shot with the intention of converting the shots to monochrome.
It was my first chance to visit the dock after it had been closed for repairs. I was in a retro mood and grabbed my small camera bag with with four manual focus prime lenses. This shot was taken with my fisheye lens, a fairly recent addition to my retro kit. The kit was originally three lenses, a wide angle, a standard lens and a telephoto. Similar to the kit I used as a photography student in the late 1970s.
The new Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is Signs.
I had a few ideas for the challenge before thinking of some photos of a Great Blue Heron fishing behind a no fishing sign.
In some shots I focused on the bird, others I focused on the sign. For this challenge I picked a shot where the sign was in focus and the Heron appears to be laughing at the sign.
The new Tuesday Photo Challenge is Worship.
This is St Mary’s Church, Acton, Cheshire. Built in the 12th century the tower collapsed in a storm in March 1757 and was rebuilt after the storm but shortened by over 20 feet.
Built with local red sandstone I like the colour combination of the deep blue sky, weathered red sandstone and green grass.
Throwback Thursday travels back to Saskatchewan one spring in the 1990s.
This is a Richardson’s Ground Squirrel, recently emerged from hibernation and looking for some fresh grass. It could be a male as the males emerge from hibernation in March allowing them to establish territories before the females emerge.
The new Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge is Easter.
I thought of Easter eggs which made me think of all the bird species laying eggs at this time of year.
This is a female Eurasian Blue Tit egg laying early morning in Cheshire, England.