Posted in Canada, Celebrations, pondering, Tourist in my own Town / Province, Weekly Photo Challenge

WP Photo Challenge: Cheeky

As we come to the end of Canada’s 150th I thought this photo from our Canada Day celebrations would be fun for this week’s challenge.

A giant beaver’s cheeks (bottom) πŸ˜‰

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Show us something cheeky this week! Kids, animals, faces in inanimate objects, amusing signs, funny juxtapositions β€” go find a little irreverence in your world.

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Posted in photography, pondering, Weekly Photo Challenge

Experimental

Last week I shared some black and white photos on my ‘journal blog’ / Instagram. I enjoyed experimenting with different angles and patterns.

For this photo, I started by looking to photograph the van’s headlights (inspired by my last week’s photo challenge entry). But the reflection of the tree is what ended up catching my imagination.

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I thought it would be fun to experiment a bit more with my PhotoStudio app, using the Photo In Photo effect to highlight what I was originally trying to photograph. πŸ˜‰

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Black and white creates a strange dreamscape that color never can. ~ Jack Antonoff
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β€œWhen you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls!”
― Ted Grant

Posted in Canada, garden, Photo challenge, photography, pondering, Seasons, Tourist in my own Town / Province

We’ll get a-round to it!

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Last spring while on a photo journey through the Niagara Parks, we stopped at the Floral Clock. There were so many photos to be found as we walked around the clock πŸ˜‰

This week, share your take on β€œrounded.” it’s a broad theme, so I look forward to your personal interpretations, whether you choose to focus on a curving street, limbs caught mid-way through a dance, a bowl of fruit (think of all the round shapes!), or any other object, landscape, or texture that fits within your definition of the theme. As always, less-literal takes are equally welcome.