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
The challenge is to show lines... in the above photograph, you can see the curly lines of his beard, the texture in his shirt, and lines on his face that tell a story. Posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge and Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Candid Photography (human or animal)
For Nancy Merrill's A Photo a Week Challenged called Smile... I thought I would process a photograph of our first born grandson in his little Ferrari walker. I just love his little smile and he makes me smile every time I see him.
Last week's challenge was Landscape, and we sure had some lovely entries, check them out, by clicking on the links in the Last Week's entries section. As landscape was last weeks, this week has to be portrait. Portrait can mean, a photograph of a person or the orientation of the image. Now we don't do … Continue reading Photo for the Week – 31 – Portrait
Wonder a feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar. There is nothing like the wonder of a new-born baby, their beauty, the love and admiration you have for this little person, who has just come into the world. You are astounded and amazed by how much love you feel for … Continue reading Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Wonder
Photograph of a guide at Urquhart Castle, Loch Ness, Scotland. And entered into Fandangos FOWC Challenge, Beard.
It is time again for the weekly WordPress Photo Challenge and this week's theme is Heritage. Here in the UK we are steeped with Heritage especially along our shores and waterways. A lot of our castles are now owned and maintained by Scottish Heritage and English Heritage with a few being owned by the … Continue reading WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge – Heritage