It’s Tina’s turn this week to set the challenge, I love her palms against the warm stone, check it out. I found this quite hard because I realised that I kept finding photos shade rather than shadows.
I got there eventually though. Here’s what I found.
My little munchkin bouncing around.
Groins at Dawlish Warren.
A little chair by Joan Miro.
The shadows of a caravanserai
Shadows sprinkled at El Born.
Join Tina here.
Once upon a time, I visited Antony near Torpoint for my birthday. They must have known I was coming but the welcome was most unexpected.
Look what I found.
Did you see something unexpected? Share it with Ann-Christine and see her experimental photos.
It’s Patti’s turn to pick the theme for this weeks Lens-Artist Photo Challenge.
My little city is very low rise and as I don’t have a drone or plane handy, I’ve chosen a different one.
Even aside from the very special company I had, Warsaw was a nice surprise.
It’s Tina’s turn to choose the them for the Lens Artist Photo Challenge this week. She has beauties, I love her blue window. I’ve decided to have a mix of nature and art, you can even see me making a curve.
This is my first lens artist post for a while, are you joining in this week?
Dusk, let’s sit and enjoy the view.
The day slowly washes away at the Vieux Port in Marseille. Time to relax, breathe away your cares with a sigh and watch the magical light changing before your eyes.
See the array of colour and light that Amy’s sharing.