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Tag Archives: Sunday Stills
The Sunday Stills prompt this week was “What makes you happy?” I could have created a cat montage, or a selection of boats, or a gallery of French chateaux. But in the end, I opted for the above, captured in … Continue reading
The honeysuckle trap On the inside, looking out A prickly visit This week’s challenge was for bugs and/or insects. To see other specimens, visit Sunday Stills.
Last week’s challenge (Sports/Muscle cars) was difficult – round our neck of the woods you’d likely be arrested if you were taking photos of other peoples’ sports cars. This week’s challenge is easier – ‘ Clouds’ – so no … Continue reading
The Sunday Stills challenge this week was red. From berries to blooms, sunsets to poinsettias… some of my favourite reds. To see others, click on the link.
Sunday Stills this week invited ‘landscape’ photos. The mountainous landscapes were taken in Boschendahl, Western Cape Province, whilst the other is the view over the City of Lyon from the Basilica of Notre Dame de Fourviere. To see others, click … Continue reading
White… don’t you just love the freshness of it all. Well, maybe the cows aren’t so fresh, but they make a nice change, don’t you think? For other shades of ‘white’ visit Sunday Stills. There are bound to be other … Continue reading
I thought I’d add a few editing touches to my photos for this prompt; after all, four storey buildings aren’t all that easy on the eye. To see other takes, visit Sunday Stills.
Legs: What I really was looking for, as I trawled through my archives, was a nice chubby pair of baby’s legs. What I found was birds, birds and er … toads. To see what other people found for this challenge … Continue reading