My contribution for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge Shadows.
This is now the third version of a post for this challenge. I decided to go with a snow theme after the second version had snow in over half the shots. Then I went for a walk on Monday afternoon and got another photo for the challenge.
Tree trunk and shadows.
Shadows across the tracks.
Lying in the shadows.
A barcode on the snow.
The Weekly Prompt Photo Challenge is Junk.
This Dunnock (Prunella modularis) was photographed on a junk pile in an old orchard in Cheshire, England.
There was Field Voles living under the junk pile which is why I had a camera pointing at it. This Dunnock was a regular visitor to the junk pile so got its photo taken while I waited for a Vole.
I know that the title sounds like part of a recipe being prepared in a cauldron to put a spell on someone but the latest Wits End Weekly Photo Challenge is Eyes so the title was to hard to resist.
A Common Frog (Rana temporaria) hiding in the pondweed in a garden pond in Cheshire, England.
The latest Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge is Orange and Pink.
Having spent some time trying to think of a bird species with orange and pink plumage I decided to go with the more obvious idea of a sunrise or sunset.
In the end I went with a colourful dawn over Colpoy’s Bay, Ontario, Canada with a conveniently parked sailboat.
The new Lens-Artists Photo Challenge is Landscapes.
Some light mist over woodland and farmland during the golden hour. Taken from Bickerton Hill, Cheshire looking towards North Wales.
The new Wits End Weekly Photo Challenge is Comfortable and Cozy.
I had my post almost finished before changing my mind about which photo I was going to use and starting again. The only part of the first version to survive is the opening sentence with the link to the Weekly Photo Challenge.
Thinking about the challenge a second time got me thinking about summer, warmer weather and the sun, probably because we had been under snow squall warnings and extreme cold warnings for a lot of last week. That made me think of this photo of a sunbathing Dunnock (Prunella modularis) in Cheshire, England.
The bird is obviously comfortable and cozy in the warm sun.
If you’re wondering what my initial pick for this challenge was it was this photo.