cce’s fun foto challenge; colorful buildings

“It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.” Alfred Eisenstaedt “Color is a power which directly influences the soul.” Wassily Kandinsky “The Boathouse” out by Stanley Market overlooking Stanley Bay on Hong Kong Island serve … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #115 -inspiration

Tina, how will I get my head around this one????!! Inspiration I get from people around me or that I meet in person, through article or media or TV.  I get from art, ballet and MUSIC!!! How do I translate … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #113 – a labour of love

A truly beautiful theme/tropic that  Bert and Rusha have opened their guest playground with. A labour of Love! I worked as a chef for or nearly 40 years and in the end, I became a pretty good one too. My profession … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #112 – pick a word

Ann-Christine really got the grey cells to work today. Great and fun theme/topic.  Her post is wonderful (as always) … she has stuck to the theme; nature. As usual, will I be all over the place!!!!! I have chosen to … Continue reading

cee’s fun foto challenge – modern homes (about a high rising dream)

“Why dream small … when you can dream big” Viveka Gustavson “You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” C.S. Lewis This challenge will I only use images from one building – Aqua … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #111 – everyday objects

Patti, this time … you made me put on the thinking cap. Love the theme/topic. Bags are for me the most everyday object for me. And I have far too many. “My biggest fear is that when I die, my … Continue reading

cee’s fun foto challenge – old buildings

“How many photographers does it take to change a light bulb? 50! One to change the bulb, and forty-nine to say, “I could have done that!” Unknown “New ideas often need old buildings.” Jane Jacobs Not all old houses have … Continue reading

cee’s fun foto challenge – ageing flowers and leaves.

“The whole point of taking pictures is so that you don’t have to explain things with words.” Elliott Erwitt “But he that dares not grasp the thorn. Should never crave the rose.” Anne Bronte “When leaves have to let go … Continue reading

lens-artists challenge #109 – under the sun

Amy, I have been under the sun for nearly 2 weeks and I can’t say I enjoy it every day, but for a great theme/topic. They say that we will have a couple of more days … so I try … Continue reading

cce’s fun foto challeng – anything to do with bicycles

“Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving” Albert Einstein ***** Country of cyclists 1. Netherlands People: 16,652,800 Bicycles: 16,500,000 Cyclists: ~99.1% “Crashing is part of cycling as crying is part of love” Johan … Continue reading

lens-artists weekly photo challenge #108 – sanctuary

“Forests may be gorgeous but there is nothing more alive then a tree that learns how to grow in a cemetery.” Andrea Gibson A cemetery is a sanctuary to me.  It gives me calmness and comfort. I love to walk … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #105 – Spring

I don’t know what has happened to me lately??? I forget things, mix up dates and times … and this challenge, lost out on #104, missed one week again. I blame everything on COVID-19. Tina, want us to bring Springtime … Continue reading

cee’s fun foto challenge – all about cars and trucks

“Ever since buying a digital camera, I can only think of the positives …. There aren’t any negatives” Unknown “We are formed by little scraps of wisdom.” Umberto Eco 2017 I spent Christmas in Kraków and on the of my … Continue reading

lens-artist photo challenge #103 – surprise

I love the topic Ann Christine has given us this week, surprise … but I’m struggling a bit with getting my head around it. “Let life surprise you” Unknown So I that is what I’m going to do …. share … Continue reading

lens-artists photo challenge #102 – a quiet moment

Patti’s topic ” A Quiet Moment” – beautiful! My thought went straight away to my visit to the Hiroshima Peace Memorial Park ( (広島平和記念公園)  in 2015. I visited the park 3 times during my 5 days. “The atomic bomb was created … Continue reading