This week, David W. asks us to share our take on “focus”, in or out thereof. The obvious application of the challenge would be images that are either sharply in focus, or stylishly out of focus, both a factor of the combination of lens characteristics and camera settings. You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
At 7:55 AM on Sunday, December 7, 1941, two waves of Japanese warplanes struck the U.S. Naval Base at Pearl Harbor Hawaii. All eight of the battleships stationed there that morning were damaged or destroyed. All but the USS Arizona and the USS Oklahoma eventually returned to active duty. Continue reading
This week, Nancy Thanki asks us to share an image that features a surprising shine. “Has something bright or reflective caught your eye in the moment?” You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading
Port Allen, Hawaii.
A favorite coffee mug, a streak of sunlight coming through the bedroom window, roosters that “sound off at 5 AM”. All of these are reminders of a new day, suggests Cheri Lucas Rowlands in this week’s photo challenge, Morning. You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading
Fresh, clean and pure of impurities. A gentle rain washes the muck and grime away leaving the pure essence of the landscape. The weekly photo challenge asks us to “conven wholesomeness, something undiluted, or simplicity.” Continue reading
In this week’s photo challenge, Anne McCarthy asks us to show us what One Love means to us. She goes on to point out the entry from the Urban Dictionary that defines the concept. “One love refers to the universal love and respect expressed by all people for all people, regardless of race, creed, or color.” You can view the entire challenge post and see Anne’s examples here. Continue reading
For my Day 3 Nature Challenge response, I submit a view of the Pacific Ocean from a viewpoint meant for visitors to look the other way at Waimea Canyon on the island of Kauai. It’s another example for photographers to be reminded to look behind you. Continue reading