Fargo, North Dakota.
We are home in Fargo this week, getting rested up from our 3200 mile road trip. For the photo challenge this week, Michelle Weber suggested that our focus could be a group of objects, captured either in real life or a collection of photos, a photo of photos as it were. You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading
This week, Cheri Lucas Rowlands asks us to think about the things, places or people that connect us. She writes, “You can… capture any type or style of bridge where you are, or go deeper and take a snapshot of something or someone that acts as a bridge in your life.” The entire challenge post can be found here. Continue reading
This week, Andrea Badgley focuses on drifters, nomads, and even the state of impermanence. “Where did it come from? How far did it travel? What stories would it tell if it could talk, and how long before it will move on again?” You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading
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
This week, Ben Huberman asks us to “share an image that sends chaos packing (neatly).” I immediately remembered a visit to Mexico awhile back where I captured some shots of vegetable markets. The colorful displays are, of obvious necessity, displayed neatly stacked and ready for customer inspection. You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading
A moment in time. That’s what Krista Stevens focuses on in this week’s WordPress Challenge theme. The term she used is evanescent. The definition: Soon passing out of sight, memory, or existence, quickly fading or disappearing. You can read her entire challenge post here. The first thing that came to my mind was that fleeting time around sunrise and sunset. Continue reading
Fargo, North Dakota.
This week, Ben Huberman asks us to “share a photo that channels a living tradition, whether it’s your own or someone else’s.” In that post, he shared an image of a Reconciliation Pole. The pole, a 55-foot (16 m) long totem that commemorates a sad time in North American history while at the same time honoring the Native American heritage. You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading