lens-artists photo challenge # 97 – pastimes

… Sue, has really put me on the spot this week and even if I really like the topic, but what do I do for my pastime???? Travel … travel … and more travel, but those days I’m not even … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge # 96 – cropping

Patti, thanks for a really funny topic – cropping shots… something I do very often and it’s interesting to see how an image changes completely. Sometimes I just do it for fun … but mostly to get a better depth … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #95 – all wet

All wet???? Is Tina’s topic, fun and playful. I have used rain so many times now so this time I chose children. Children and water is a magical combination and quals happiness. “It is a happy talent to know how … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #94 -home

“Home is the most important place in the world.” IKEA Amy … want us to share our “lock-up” environment. The thing is that we aren’t locked up here in Sweden .. we can move around freely with a social distance … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #93 – morning

I don’t really adapt very well to COVID-19, except when I’m going out and about. What helps me through my anxiety and fear, is my travel memories … and the foresight for the travelling I hope it’ll be able to … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #92 – second time around

“Once is never. Twice is always.” James S.A. Corey John is asking us to share a second time around … my second time around should have right now. I should have been back in Tbilisi, Georgia in the company of … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #91 – simplicity

Simplicity???!!!I For me, there is nothing more simple than rain. It’s what it’s. Just for us to accept and adapt. We don’t have it love it all times, but we so badly need it. “Do not be angry with the … Continue reading

lens-artists challenge #90 – distance

As a child, the moon was my best friend … always shared my secrets, my joy, and my sadness with her – sitting on the windowsill up on the second floor in my grandparent’s house. As Carl Sandburg said, the … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge # 87 – reflections

“Reflection can be its own reward.” Alena Graedon “You want to be the pebble in the pond that creates the ripples for change.” Tim Cook Garden reflections in the pond at Jardin Majorelle in Marrakesh – December 2016 “People run … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #86; change your perspective

… change your perspective???!!! Thank you, Patti …. you just played this weeks theme into my files. You who know me … know also that I very often go into details and try to capture them from a different angle. … Continue reading

lens-artists challenge # 85- treasure hunt

Just back from a fantastic week on the French Riviera … in Nice!!! Which is full of treasures. One of the treasures is the “La chaise bleue” (the blue chairs) that has long been considered the symbol of Nice. But … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #84 – narrow

Narrow … this week did I have to dig deep in my files. It seems I like to take to the wide streets and paths. “The higher the truck the closer to God Unknown Chicago!!! I don’t have a clue … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge # 82 – cap·i·tal

… what an honour to be asked and thought off as the first challenge guest. I really hope I can live up the task. My name is Viveka but also goes under Wivi. I’m a very nice Swedish lady in … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #81 – find something red

Hopefully, Patti has made it easy for me … find something red – I have loads of red in my every day, but have I captured any of the reds??? Yes, I have … loads!!! Here is some of them. … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #80 – leading lines

Tina, wants us to have show off our lines … that leads somewhere – surprisingly I didn’t have that many. So I have struggled with the gallery this week. Wonder why … maybe I don’t really care where the leading … Continue reading