A second contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: 1 Item or the Number One and alao a contribution to Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge.
Shortly after posting my contribution to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: One Great Crested Grebe I went for a walk with the camera. I was testing a CCTV lens adapted to the camera and one of the things I photographed was this blue flower. I then added more blur to the already blurred background, a weak vignette and a Polaroid film type border.
My contribution to the COSMIC CURVATURE: ARCHITECTURAL MARVELS Cosmic Photo Challenge.
I decided to go with a selection of photos of St Mary’s Church, Nantwich, Cheshire, England, a 14th century church with a variety of interesting curves.
A monochrome study of the eastern end of the church.
The stained glass window at the western end of the church.
The western end of St Mary’s Church showing the stained glass window from the outside.
Wiped off by the Bracken.
One Word Sunday.
Monochrome Monday is going back to last autumn and a visit to the Lake Huron shoreline in Southampton, Ontario.
I was photographing the boulders that surround Dominion Lookout at the bottom of High Street. I isolated this boulder because of the multiple white quartz lines running through it as I thought I would make an interesting monochrome conversion.
The new Tuesday Photo Challenge is Technology.
I had a few ideas for the challenge and went with some old technology still in use today at steam fairs and rallies.
Some of the technology in use on a steam traction engine.
The new Tuesday Photo Challenge is Connections.
The challenge had me stuck for ideas until I thought of this shot. It makes me think of some sort of interlocking puzzle where you connect the pieces. Imagine how hard a large jigsaw puzzle of this shot would be.
The photo is of Privet leaves rimmed with hoarfrost. Photographed in Cheshire, England.