Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #79: Window With A View
Through a window at what’s inside with a reflection of what’s outside in Australia
Through a window in Split Croatia
Through a window of my favourite place to stay in Venice
Through a window to find someone looking back at my place
Through a window of a bus at the Dalmatians Croatia
Through a window in the Dali Museum Figueres, in Catalonia Spain
Through a window in Toledo Spain
Through a window in the Margaret Olley Exhibition in the Tweed Art Gallery Australia
Through a window of my office
Through a window of my office to find sometimes someone is peeking in
The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #77: Favourite Photos for 2019
This is quite difficult for me to pick my favourite photos for 2019 so I decided to find your favourites.
Thanks for dropping by and having a look at my world in 2019. The last 3 months have been quite trying for my culminating in the fire that consumed my place with only my home and the drought ravaged garden being left unburnt.
In 2020 there will be photos of the re-birth of Durranbah I am sure.
The Lens-Artists Challenge # 75: Nostalgic
Toys always take us back to our childhood don’t they?
The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #74: Abstract
Bren’s Photo for the Week #48: Water
Ragtag Daily Prompt Monday: Ponder
I did ponder what I could post for abstract. I often take a photo and it isn’t quite right for the original subject but gets kept as it has a certain “quality” that I like. Some are deliberate like the water shots in this gallery others are well, I’ll let you be the judge.
These couple of water photos are just as I took them. No editing or enhancements at all. Just the reflection of the boat or wharf or whatever was beside me when I took the images.
This one has been manipulated. I like the colours and shapes with a bit of added pixelation.
The garden behind a fence. I thought of straightening the photo but the slight angle adds a bit don’t you think?
Capturing an Orchard Swallowtail Butterfly when your camera is set for something else you were photographing at the time when a big butterfly cruises past
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #73 – Cold
In my part of the world I don’t really do cold very well. My cold photo look like a Summers day in many parts of the world. A photo of a fridge isn’t really my style. Here’s my interpretation of the word prompt cold.
When you are feeling the cold, it’s always great to snuggle up next to someone.
The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #72: Waiting
What was that that flashed past the kitchen window? A flash of white. Quick………grab the camera and outside into the garden.
Yes……it’s a Caper White Butterfly coming to feed on the Pentas flowers.
Get set……..focus…….wait for that butterfly in flight photo opportunity…..wait and wait
It’s a flutter of wings……….will she fly this time…….or just reposition to get more nectar
Don’t get distracted……….ohhh look……..a dragonfly
Oh bugger…….she’s off this bunch of flowers…….where will she settle next?
Look…….over there……quick get focused as she is fluttering her wings again….maybe this time she will fly
Hurrah…….success…..it did take a bit of time waiting
The Lens-Artists photo challenge #71: Creepy
I wasn’t sure if I would contribute to this challenge but A-C changed my mind. I am going to use some old photos if that’s OK?
The word prompt from the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #67: Layered
I was sitting inside when I glance at the curtains and saw a red line. A small part of the sunset lit the curtain so vibrantly I had to grab my camera and head out to capture what I could before the sun set fully.
It was a case of the fires that are still burning in the western part of the north coast that have given some quite spectacular sunsets. This is also mixed with dust that the strong winds have whipped up taking the topsoil from many farms over the mountains in the western part of New South Wales.
The distant sun with the layered landscape.
The Sun turned into a fiery red ball as it disappeared on the horizon.
To the east, the clouds were building into huge layered cloud formations which looked storm like but failed to deliver any rain once again.
The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #67: Candid