Late afternoon sunshine on the paddocks after the storm. The light was beautiful and so bright! PS: I’m really missing my Photo101 connections! Anyone else having withdrawals? I’ve also just updated my blog layout with a new theme. Let me know what you think!
It’s now officially the silly season! The person who coined this phrase was spot on (apparently it was first noted in 1861). Ay my first event for the season, I looked around at all these normal, sensible people suddenly transformed by wearing silly hats, telling silly jokes from their bonbons and playing with silly plastic toys, also from said bonbons. …
What can I say? On top of being busy enough with work and a life, I embarked on the Photography 101 challenge of posting a photo every day for November (except on weekends). The hosts of Photo101 gave us a daily theme, helpful tips to accompany the prompt and sent us out to take (or find from our archives) photos to…
Photography 101 has been a great month-long challenge. I am triumphant that I have lasted the distance and managed to complete each daily challenge. As I said in yesterday’s post I feel I have learnt new things and from now on will think much more before I go to take a photo. It’s been quite a demanding month and I’ve certainly been consumed by it all but despite that I really don’t want it to end in some ways!
I’ve met some lovely, clever people and enjoyed sharing my photos and stories with others. Well done to all involved and thanks WordPress for all their efforts in keeping us involved and intrigued.
Here I am with my chooks from my Double post…we’re celebrating the end of Photography 101 together!
I don’t think I’ve managed the contrast part of today’s task too well but I’m happy with my Opera House shot which I’ve had a great play around with, using some editing tools that I don’t usually use. I like the result, do you?
I did manage to run up these steps so am triumphant about that as well!!
Just in case you didn’t get it from my post, today’s final task:
Photography 101: Triumph
Today, let’s bump up the contrast for a bold take on triumph.
Some great monochrome shots here to check out, including my Turning Torso (looking a touch malevolent). Great idea and clever people!