Re-living the Past #23 – My First Greenish Photos

Weekly Prompts Weekend Challenge: Greenish

This selection of photos range from 2014 to 2017. Perhaps you may have seen the before. Some are favourites I re-do for challenges and some you may have not seen before.

Yes there maybe a snake involved so perhaps I’ll make it into a slideshow so those who find nature not to there liking can skip past.

1 A Green-banded Line Blue Butterfly
2 Just a stack of bottles in a restaurant
3 There’s your Green Tree Snake
4 King Parrot feathers
5 A Green Tree Frog
6 Reflections on water. One of these started my interest in doing water reflection abstracts
7 A Dragonfly

Bath time for seagulls at sunset

Debbie’s Six Word Saturday
Some of you may have noticed I am into an abstract phase at the moment. I hope you are enjoying the conversion of my images into something a bit different. I really would like to know what you think thank you. For once I haven’t “copied” Debbie’s title using my images but maybe next Saturday………

Pick a Word August 2022

Lost in Translation’s Pick a Word August 2022

Paulas words for this month are: INFINITE, LAGOON, MANE, SHOREWARD , SMOKING So let’s see how I go this month

INFINITE

LAGOON

MANE

SHOREWARD 

SMOKING

To fill or not to fill

Sarah’s Friendly Friday Challenge: All or nothing

As part of this challenge Sarah said to either –

Fill the frame

“One option is to fill the frame with your subject, leaving little or no space around it. This can be very effective in certain situations. It encourages the viewer to explore the detail of the subject in more depth, with no distractions.”

Negative space

“Or why not do the exact opposite? Leaving a lot of empty or ‘negative’ space around your subject can be very impactful. It creates a sense of simplicity and minimalism. Just like filling the frame, it encourages the viewer to focus on the main subject without distractions.”