It’s going round

A Photo a Week Challenge: Circles on Circles

I deliberated over this challenge, looked for my best example of circles on circles but I have decided to re-post an old favourite

The header image is a sand sculpture which would have been just the thing but I have only part of the complete art work

Together – young love

Debbies quotation-inspired image – Young Love

“Ah, in those earliest days of love how naturally the kisses spring into life! So closely, in their profusion, do they crowd together that lovers would find it as hard to count the kisses exchanged in an hour as to count the flowers in a meadow in May.”

– Marcel Proust

Seascapes – with a twist

The 2020 Photo Challenge #40 Octobers theme/technique: Seascape

Consider three essentials – place, time and means. The most important being place. To discover the perfect position you might have to take your time. When you see a view that looks promising, put your camera away, slow down, walk and look, walk a little more and look a little harder.

  • You might like to soften the water or freeze the waves..
  • Rocky outcrops, lighthouses, surfers, lifeguards all make good subjects
This week's assignment - try and capture something unique or something ordinary but in an unique way

A seascape with a view

Seascape contemplation

Reflection on a seascape

Cliff top riding enjoying the seascape

Seascape reflections

Seascape with a twist