lens-artists photo challenge # 67 – candid

Never meet the word “candid” before, glad that Ann-Christine explained it. “LOVE” is a universal language and when you are in love you don’t really notice what is going on around you or if you are observed. It is easy … Continue reading

a photo a week – sun & water

“Let’s go somewhere the sun kisses the ocean” Unknown I don’t have to go fare … only 15 min walk from home. It’s all on my doorsteps. The whole of my adult life has I lived where the ocean has … Continue reading

cee’s fun foto challenge – circles, curves and arches

“Photography is an itch that won’t go away. No matter how much you scratch it.” Dara McGrath “There is a reason we used to build Cathedrals that drew the eye upwards.” Michael Gungor Chichester Cathedral courtyard arch, West Sussex in … Continue reading

cee’s fun foto challenge – cars and trucks

“Everyone has a photographic memory. Some don’t have film.” Stephen Wright “Leave sooner, drive slower, and live longer.” Unknown The first car that drives through Checkpoint Charlie after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 1989  – September 2015 “To attract … Continue reading

a photo a week challenge – stacked

Stacked????? I love fully stacked shops and I like shopping.  “Coffee Because It’s Too Early for Wine” Unknown No George Clooney but a very well stacked Nespresso shop in Malmö. – January 2016 “A meringue is really nothing but foam.” … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #62; silhouettes

Patti, thanks … once again a great topic/subject from you, girls. A silhouette is the image of a person, animal, object or scene represented as a solid shape of a single color, usually black, with its edges matching the outline … Continue reading

tuesday photo challenge – fall

fall verb \ ˈfȯl \ fell\ ˈfel \; fallen\ ˈfȯ-​lən \; falling “Most important thing in life is learning how to fall.”  Jeannette Walls A fallen beauty from Jardins do Palácio de Cristal’s garden, Porto – May 2018 “Sometimes it … Continue reading

cee’s fun foto challenge – roofs

“When I have a camera in my hand, I know no fear.” Alfred Eisenstaedt “So, if you’ve got something to say, say it from the rooftops.” Unknown Old cottage from 1810 at Fredriksdal’s open-air museum in Helsingborg, Sweden. (August 2016) … Continue reading

tuesday photo challenge – city

Frank, has done it again … topic/subject that suits me perfectly. I love visiting cities. I don’t want to live in a big city anymore … but I love visiting, because of the variations, the pulse, and the options they … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #60 – framing the shot

Amy‘s topic for the week … inside a frame. Once again a great topic from the girls. I thought I would have a lot more “frames” to chose from … but I really struggled to find any, even if I … Continue reading

a photo a week – still life (sort of)

“Still life.” What a lie. Life isn’t still. Death is.”  Jordan Weisman “Instead of hiding behind the curtain, be the curtain itself; you will never be found!” Mehmet Murat ildan Window arrangement at ““Systrana på Piren” (The sisters on the … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #58: something old, new, borrowed, and blue

Patti, came up with a really fun topic last week … but I have been out and about in the wide world for a couple of days … so I’m a bit late with my entry. Not the first time … Continue reading