For this week’s photo challenge, Krista Stevens asks that we consider the term “pedestrian” in all of its contexts. I chose the literal interpretation, allowing me to share a glimpse of street photography, something that I am not particularly good at. You can read Krista’s entire challenge post, and see a beautiful view of the Red River at Winnipeg 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
This week, Ben Huberman asks us to show us our impressions of texture, specifically, his term is “dense.” He comments, ‘… you could focus on a natural landscape… or take the theme in a different direction.’ You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading
Panama Canal Zone.
This week, Cheri Lucas Rowlands asks us to share a quest. You can read her entire challenge post here. For me, one journey that I hoped to take led us to the Panama Canal. I don’t even know why that was an important goal for me. Continue reading
This week, Michelle W. asks us to share our joy at the end of another week by asking us to define “jubilant” with our images. You can read the entire challenge post here. What better way to feature the term ‘jubilant’ with a joyful and exultant celebration similar to Mardi Gras. Continue reading
This week, Cheri Lucas Rowlands challenges us with the single word, Face. Reading the challenge reminded me of our trip through the Panama Canal and the one photobomb we encountered on the trip. You can read the entire challenge post here. Continue reading
Our Mexican treat is described in the article.
In this week’s photo challenge, Jen H. asks us to share an image reflective of our season of Halloween. You can read about this week’s challenge here. Treats are a staple of Halloween, but they aren’t exclusive to October’s holiday. Continue reading