Bren’s Mid-Week Monochrome #63
Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge: Pick a Topic from my Photo
Cee’s photo to pick topics from
Can you find from my photos relate to Cee’s photo?
Debbie’s quotation-inspired image
“The traveller sees what he sees. The tourist sees what he has come to see.
– G.K. Chesterton
About 2 minutes into this narration from Harry Nilssons The Point, have a listen to the philosophy of the Rock Man inspired by Debbie’s quote
The traveller sees what he sees
The tourist sees what he has come to see.
Jude’s 2020 Photo Challenge #42: Octobers Theme/Technique – Seascapes
One of my favourite songs to listen to while you scroll
This week's assignment - look for patterns and / or textures along the seashore, this might be in the rocks or shells or seaweed. Try using different depths of field with the same subject then compare them to see which you prefer.
The Sand Images
Made by Sand Crabs up close
Intricate patterns are made
The receding water patterns
The shells and pebbles water patterns
A small Jellyfish and seaweed with bonus bubbles
Windblown Pig-face, buried flower and a stick
Sand textures, dune grass and shadows
Footprints in the sand
I used to cling to rocks now I make an interesting patterns in the sand
The Rock Pool Images
Algae makes a bold colour statement
The folds and patterns of the rocks, the green of the seaweed and subtle sand shapes
A close photo of a broken shell accentuated sand and shadow
A contrast and almost moving shell
Using light on the lighter side of the shell leading to a darker side where the shadow resides
Interest is raised by the lines and colours on the shell
Using black and white to accentuate the shadows and highlight the shapes
Looking at subtle colours and textures
Looking at bold colours and textures
Jude’s 2020Photo Challenge #41 – Octobers theme/technique:: Seascapes
This week's assignment - highlight a dramatic sunset or sunrise or reflections on the beach
Let’s head on down to the beach and see what we can find
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
Reflection on a seascape
Cliff top riding enjoying the seascape
Seascape with a twist
The Weekend in Black and White photo challenge
The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #56: Seascapes and/or Lakeside
The word prompt from Maria at citySonnet: Seascape
The changing colours of the sea.
A morning reflection, a Gull, the only one on the beach on a stormy morning