I can't determine which of these two images I like the best... the soft lightened image or the vivid blue image. Posted as Part of Your Daily Word Prompt – #Determine – #YDWordPrompt April 17, 2020
Posted as Part of Sheryl's Your Daily Word Prompt – #Ignite – #YDWordPrompt April 16, 2020
A few months again I set myself a challenge, to do another genre of photography. The genre I chose was Still Life Photography. It has turned out to be an aspect of photography that I love to do. Posted as Part of Sheryl's Your Daily Word Prompt – #Challenge – #YDWordPrompt April 14, 2020
Posted as Part of Daily Word Prompt.
Invoke : to mention (someone or something) in an attempt to make people feel a certain way or have a certain idea in their mind Arthritis is playing havoc with me.. I've had one hip replaced, now I need the other one done and it is beginning to affect my knees and hands are getting … Continue reading Your Daily Word Prompt – Invoke – December 12, 2019
Here in Rochester, Kent we have Dickensian Christmas and the Dickens Festival, and at both of the events, you can find Miss Haversham a wealthy and eccentric woman from Charles Dickens, Great Expectations. Posted as part of the Your Daily Word Prompt – Eccentric – December 11, 2019
Now I love the formation of these clouds but there was one giant photographic no-no in the image; the horizon. Instead of it being further down or further up it was smack bang in the middle. I knew I wanted to give the image a paint effect. So to process this image I used Topaz … Continue reading Your Daily Word Prompt – Purpose – December 10, 2019
There is nothing more leisurely than walking through open countryside on a summer's day. This image is entered into the Your Daily Word Prompt – Leisure – March 26, 2019 Photography Challenge and is of Aria Force in Cumbria.
A brood of ducklings, photographed at Hall Place near Bexley in London.
Scotland is renowned for its rain. Especially in the Highlands. On our trip to Scotland back in 2016, we strolled by the River Coe just as the rain was coming in from over the mountains. And I thought this image would be ideal for Your Daily Word Prompt for today.
The above photo was shot at Ashenbank Woods, near Cobham in Kent. One of my favourite places to visit and very local to me. It is very rare that one image is suitable for three challenges on the same day.. but the above image fits these three challenges perfectly. FOWC with Fandango — Fence Your Daily … Continue reading Leaves, overgrown and fenced
In the fields of horticulture and botany, the term deciduous means "falling off at maturity" and "tending to fall off", in reference to trees and shrubs that seasonally shed leaves, usually in the autumn; to the shedding of petals, after flowering; and to the shedding of ripe fruit. Wikipedia Entered into Your Daily Word Prompt … Continue reading Your Daily Word Prompt – Deciduous
One of the places we have visited is Great Dixter House in Northiam East Sussex. Renowned for their tulip displays we just couldn't believe the varieties and the amount that was on display. Entered into Your Daily Word Prompt - Abundant