This is a sad post. The Daily Post, where a lot of people interact with words and photos is closing. I am hoping the Daily Post can keep going. It takes a lot of work to maintain such a fantastic blog site. Please please find a way of staying. I have found lots of people who do fantastic stuff and people have found my bit of the world as well.
Welcome to the final installment of the Weekly Photo Challenge. In wishing you a fond farewell, we wanted to share our all-time favorite photos with you. We welcome you to share your favorites with us. Happy photographic trails!
I think a slideshow would be the best way to dig out some of my favourites if I can decide which ones.
Thank you Daily Post editors and contributors, it has been fun
Paula at Lost in Translation Thursdays Special word prompt: Saturation
The use of saturation in some photos enhances or changes the original.
Some Silky Oak flowers
A bit of saturation enhancement
It looks like the path has already been saturated
But then again, look what photo edit saturation can do
Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Flowers
The word prompt from Nancy’s A Photo a Week Challenge is Orange
Of course we go to nature for our orange. I found a selection that I think work better in a slideshow. What do you think?
With an orange sunset and clouds to say goodnight
Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: 2 Different Things or the Number 2
I often see two different birds at the bird bath. (search on here bird bath to see more in colour) This post isn’t all about two birds and the bird bath, some other twos for your enjoyment as well.
Despite the Spangled Drongos death stare, the Noisy Miner remained oblivious
Sometimes you have to defend your territory even if the other bird is much bigger. The Noisy Friarbird kept harassing the Square-tailed Kite
“Hey Bobbin, what did he write down there?”
There is always somewhere good to perch to see if anyone has any chips.
I thought I really should include some flowers for Cee
A favourite song
The Daily Post word prompt: Lines
Lines are everywhere
Look up. Bangalow Palm flowers are about to burst forth – with bonus bee.
Look down. The moss is seeding
Look within. The Rose showing her splendor
Look without. A Spangled Drongo whose lines may shimmer
Look around. Spiders webs are all around.
Look up. The sky is full of lines
My original idea of lines, down the hall and up the stairs. Just had to bung it on at the end
The Daily Post word prompt: Prolific
A flock of Cormorants skim the Clarence River one foggy morning
The design on a glass bowl
Lilli Pilli berries and leaves scatter the ground after a storm
The flowers open on a Bangalow Palm this morning
Once the bird bath gets prolific, someone has to leave
A collaborative theme. Concept and art direction by KimskyArt. Photography and photo edits by bushboy photos.
A walk around the garden admiring the Shape and Texture of the plants, trees and flowers, designing and taking a concept from ideas and thoughts through the lens, onto the screen.
Did you have a favourite?
I can’t remember the last after and before photo challenge I participated in. I enjoy converting photos and when a Blue-banded Bee is looking for nectar I have to wander around the garden chasing bees
The Blue-banded Bee and the Blue Ginger.
I wondered what the photo would look like with a bit of selective colour
Pop into Lost in Translation: After and Before to see more great photos.
More nature for todays circles in a square for #MarchSquare
I love photographing flowers, especially small flowers that are probably heritage flowers.
Isn’t this a lovely Hibiscus? Approximately 50mm diameter with stunning colours that bleed to the edges with a soft pink
I think these flowers are called Chinese Hats. They are smaller than the Hibiscus
Drop into Beckys for more March Squares