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Six Word Saturday

Light and Shade on the Evergreens

This is my contribution to Debbie’s Six Word Saturday challenge.

Six Word Saturday: Light and Shade on the Evergreens
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Silent Sunday

Silent Sunday: 4th April 2021

Silent Sunday: 4th April 2021
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Monochrome Monday

Monochrome Monday: 29th March 2021

I went for a couple walks around the neighborhood with Dave the Rubber Ducktographer recently.

At one point he was perched up a tree. There was a distracting blue tarpaulin in the background so my plan was to do a selective colour treatment. That allowed me to lose the blue tarpaulin.

Monochrome Monday: 29th March 2021
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Silent Sunday

Silent Sunday: 21st March 2021

Silent Sunday: 21st March 2021
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Lens-Artists

Soft

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.

2020: Greens and Browns
Fern amongst autumn leaves with a CCTV lens.
Family portrait of some Coneflowers
A group of Coneflowers photographed with a fast portrait lens.
Six Word Saturday: First Light on Grass Seed Heads
First light on some grass seed heads with a fast portrait lens.
Weekly Prompts: Greenery
Fern frond detail with a fast portrait lens.
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Month of Squares

January Squares: Up #6

Opened Up all the way.

This is my day 6 contribution to Becky’s January Squares on the theme of Up.

A red Daylily growing on the South Bruce Peninsula, Ontario in the summer. Photographed with a fast portrait lens opened up to maximum aperture.

January Squares: Up #6
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Month of Squares

January Squares: Up #2

Opened Up all the way.

This is my day 2 contribution to Becky’s January Squares on the theme of Up.

A Coneflower on the South Bruce Peninsula in the summer photographed with a portrait lens opened Up to maximum aperture.

January Squares: Up