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One Image/One Story

This week Ann-Christine has given us the prompt One Image/One Story for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge.

After some thought I drew up a shortlist of around ten images/situations. I then whittled the list down to four.

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15 hours down, 9 to go. A dawn pit stop on Sunday morning for Team Bike during the 1982 Le Mans 24 hour motorcycle endurance race in France.

Lens-Artists: One Image/One Story

Is this the new universal litter? Has the disposable facemask replaced the plastic water bottle as the universal piece of litter? Photographed recently on the Colpoy’s Bay shoreline.

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Peeping at the photographer. A summer plumage male American Goldfinch peeps around a fence post near Punnichy, Saskatchewan, Canada. The old license plate is being used to stop the fence post splitting further.

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45 years using Olympus cameras. A selection of the Olympus cameras I have owned and used over the years. Having got interested in photography in the mid 1970s I purchased my first Olympus camera in 1976. Taken with a Sony mirrorless camera after I became unhappy with the direction Olympus were taking with their camera design.

9 replies on “One Image/One Story”

Thanks Ann-Christine. I suspect that most of the masks I have photographed were throw out of vehicle windows. This one is at a popular parking spot on the shoreline.

Well shown David – laughed at the camera image. Have a few of my own but I’m a bit of a brand switcher. Went Canon, Nikon, Fuji and planning to go back to Canon!

Wow! Excellent photos and stories. Love the camera collection and peeping bird. I don’t know if face masks have replaced water bottles as universal litter, but they definitely have added to it. EVERYWHERE I walk I see discarded face masks. Disgusting!

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