Amy has a brilliant challenge this week. She has shared photos of Plitvice in Croatia, a place that’s been on my radar for a while. I’d love to see the waterfalls that have inspired Amy’s theme of layers for this weeks Lens Artist challenge.
My pics are from Florence, a glorious city with layers of history and jaw dropping art.
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Amy and the team would love to see your interpretation of Layers if you’d like to join in
Patti, do you remember the song Fijian Girl? Your photos reminded me, but I know that shows my age!
Here are my ‘Nature’ photos for Patti’s Lens Artist Challenge this week.
If you stretch your imagination, you might see the M that I see, M for Meg who will like this cliff in north Devon.
This tiny snail is perfectly formed, a young Fibonacci in the making.
One of England’s prettiest wild flowers, and one with medicinal properties, containing digitalin.
I captured a magical vertical cloud.
Also for Meg, the odd place on the south Devon coast where the white chalk stone of Beer ends and the red sandstone of Seaton begins.
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It’s Leya’s turn this week and she’s picked a theme that could have a million different responses. It could be a regular challenge on it’s own. So, how to choose? really difficult for someone as annoyingly happy as me.
Going places, it just has to be what happiness is!
Can you see what made me happy?
And so very high!
Join Patti, she’s making a big splash around the world, and sharing for her Lens- artist challenge this week.
Wandering through Cathedral Close last night with friends, I showed the Californian One the outer door to the Bishops Palace. As it was closed, I put my nose up to the ancient wood and this is what I saw through the gap.
Of course, I had to add it as a last minute entry to Tina’s Lens-Artist challenge, doors and doorways.
There are lots of intriguing doorways in Marseille. I found this one in the oldest part of the city, Le Panier, an area filled with unique artisan shops and street art, that was first peopled in 600BC by the Greeks.
This was the entrance to a courtyard studio and artists gallery.
Join Tina in this weeks Lens-artist challenge, her doorways are magic!
So you take a slow walk up the gentle hill that is Rue D’Aubagne,
take a right turn that looks even less salubrious, into Rue Estelle. Then leave the road, hop up the steps to the bridge,
and there she is, blending in so well, you might not even notice.
I’ve created a new emoji, I know, I know, mad as a box of frogs!
But I don’t know if it’s possible to up load one to WordPress.
If this works, it’s for Patti’s Lens Artist Photo Challenge and this weeks theme is ‘Just for fun’.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
‘Big’ is this week’s Lens Artist Photo Challenge, check out Tina’s healthy jaws, but don’t get too close!
A few weeks ago I was taking a photo of a street in Aix en Provence. I decided to set the camera to one of it’s creative modes, where you don’t need to have a drop of creativity yourself, it does it for you. I have no idea how it happened, but instead of one of the options of the view, it was changing on its own and I ended up with fifteen to choose from. Here are seven.
Perhaps I should read the camera manual, but I never do, I’m a kinesthetic learner and I don’t understand them!