Oh how could I resist this photo challenge from Nancy: Squares and Circles
“This week’s challenge is all about mixing squares and circles. Photography is a rectangular activity. Even though our lenses are round, the output is not. You can create a round image using post-processing methods. You can also create a round image using scissors on a print (very old-fashioned). I used the cropping tool in Photoshop to put my round pie into a square.”
Perhaps I was attracted by the thought of Nancy’s pie
“For anyone who is interested: my pie is a take on a blueberry sour cream pie recipe that I found online.”
Enough of the prologue, thanks for the challenge Nancy, let’s see what I can come up with and find some circles in squares. Stop laughing Becky. Mmmm pie 🙂
Friday Fun from Kate: Reflections
feeling the breeze
Video bushboy photos
Had to add a song. A favourite of mine
Toady, May 20, is World Bee Day
I thought you may like to see a few Bee photos for #WorldBeeDay
The word prompt from Jenn: Falling Water
The Ragtag Saturday Prompt: Patterns
The Lens-Artists Sunday Word prompt: Delicate
Caper Berry flower
Superb Fairy Wren holding a gift for his mate
Butterflies on flowers. Ever so delicate
The tiny Water Snowflake flowers
A Scarlet Honeyeater assessing the juiciest flower in the Pink Euodia
The One Word Sunday prompt from Debbie: Power
Seeing that Debbie’s image of power was in Scotland, I though perhaps mine should also be set in Scotland.
A chimney that was used in the colliery power a coal mine at Lady Victoria Colliery, Newtongrange, Dalkeith where the National Mining Museum is located.
A Wind Turbine from the train to Edinburgh, a clean alternative to coal to power our world.
A bit of Aussie music for you
It’s time for Debbies Six Word Saturday
“Do come and join us in our Saturday six-word musings.
I’ll admit that many of us openly break the numeric rule and share far more words (all excellent of course!) so the key rule is to have a title of six words – and then create around that the post that you desire! Perhaps in bunches of 6 words if you’re feeling inspired.”