Photo a Week Challenge- Bokeh I think the background adds perspective on this one. The green background makes this red really pop and there's some bubble bokeh. The yellow in the background adds some contrast to the moth. This one has the cool bubble bokeh. The yellow in the background compliments the purple. I like... Continue Reading →
L-A C #125- You Pick It This week for the Lens-Artist Challenge we pick our own topic. Tina used Wabi-Sabi for her topic which I thought was great. Quoted from Tina's post: "Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese concept that recognizes beauty in the imperfections of life and the natural cycle of growth and decay." I didn't... Continue Reading →
Cee's Fun Foto Challenge: Wilting, dead or aging flowers/leaves. This red rose is aged, but still beautiful. These roses changing color as they age. Age & youth.
Lens Artist Photo Challenge: One single flower. I just started following Travels and Trifles. The photo challenges look like a lot of fun. This week, the challenge host is Cee and the challenge is one single flower. An amazing cactus flower An orchid The incredible Iris
Ragtag Daily Prompt: Rosy Hues I really love taking photos of flowers because I still get to enjoy their beauty long after they're gone. This prompt is about rosy hues. I'm interpreting this as not only a color but the flower itself. Some Kalanchoe with several rosy hues. This rose is aged, but still beautiful... Continue Reading →
Ragtag Daily Prompt: Peace Here are some Peace roses that were at our old house. I wish I could've moved them with us.
The Photo a Week Challenge is "Raindrops". Raindrops just add something to a photo for some reason. The raindrops on these plants looked like jewels to me. They all just settled in the center of the plant. A raindrop in a Lantana flower, which is extremely tiny. Another example of some raindrops in Lantana flowers.... Continue Reading →
The Photo a Week Challenge is "Three of a Kind" this week. The requirement is three photos of the same subject but from different perspectives. I found something to fit that requirement. This iris had a friendly bee visiting. I started with a close-up shot and gradually got closer. Oh the joys of a macro... Continue Reading →