It is Mid-Week Monochrome once again and a big thank you to all those that entered last week. For this week’s Mid-Week Monochrome I thought I would do a monochrome image of the mudflats at Leigh-on-sea. This photograph was taken when the tide of the River Thames was out.
For Tina’s challenge this week I thought of Big Ben now named as Queen Elizabeth Tower. But to me and many others, it is still Big Ben. Big can come in many shapes and forms, and there is nothing like a big cat.
On our way to North Yorkshire, we stopped off at a place called Nostell, which is owned and maintained by the National Trust. And I thought this image was perfect for City Sonnet’s October Photography Challenge for today called Landscape.
This week I thought I would process an image taken at Upnor Castle of the waxworks that are on display, showing men moving barrels. Upnor castle is local to us and one of the places that is steeped in history and played a vital role in protecting the River Medway from invaders.
Whimsical Meaning 1. spontaneously fanciful or playful So for Nancy Merrill’s challenge of being whimsical, I thought I would take the playful route of playing with photos in Photoshop. Using the Orb method a blue hydrangea that I used today for my flower of the day, ended up an orb.
I have been to Whitstable many times… to stroll along the beach, have coffee in the little cafe or just to visit the market that is sometimes on. But it wasn’t until 2013 that I read a road sign leading to Whitstable Castle. I knew it was a fishing town but I never knew it […]
I am in my seventh heaven here… I’ve found another photography challenge, thanks to Bushoy called Your Daily Word Prompt and the topic for yesterday was called Moonlit. The above photograph was taken after I drove home after doing the station run and the moonlight was glowing at the top of the road.