Posts Tagged: Lens-artists

Lens artist’s Challenge #168: Seen better days

Tina has asked us to show images of things that have seen better days. As Tina said in her post ”my archives are a veritable storehouse of worn, aging items that are full of character” Well, mine too. What to

Lens artist’s Challenge #168: Seen better days

Tina has asked us to show images of things that have seen better days. As Tina said in her post ”my archives are a veritable storehouse of worn, aging items that are full of character” Well, mine too. What to

Lens Artists challenge #167: Colours of Autumn

I’ve had a trawl through the archives for this, as autumn hasn’t arrived here yet. I love the display of autumn colours in the trees: Linked to Lens artists at Amy’s here

Lens Artists challenge #167: Colours of Autumn

I’ve had a trawl through the archives for this, as autumn hasn’t arrived here yet. I love the display of autumn colours in the trees: Linked to Lens artists at Amy’s here

Golden in the Artificial Light

Killing two birds with one stone, I found this image which will serve for Ann Christine’s Lens Artists challenge and for Jude’s Gold: Linked to Lens Artist’s at Ann Christine’s here and to Life in Colour at Jude’s here

Golden in the Artificial Light

Killing two birds with one stone, I found this image which will serve for Ann Christine’s Lens Artists challenge and for Jude’s Gold: Linked to Lens Artist’s at Ann Christine’s here and to Life in Colour at Jude’s here

Lens Artists Challenge #164 Look up/Look Down

This week Sofia has asked us to show how we illustrate looking up and looking down. First Look up, outdoors: A….then look down at some shadows Now lets look up at some ceilings: Linked to Lens Artists at Sofia’s here

Lens Artists Challenge #164 Look up/Look Down

This week Sofia has asked us to show how we illustrate looking up and looking down. First Look up, outdoors: A….then look down at some shadows Now lets look up at some ceilings: Linked to Lens Artists at Sofia’s here

Lens artists Photo Challenge #161: Feet and Shoes

Ann Christine has asked us for images of feet and shoes, but I don’t really have any. So I went for bird’s feet: ,..and here’s some roller blade boots and a dog’s paws: Not brilliant, but the best I could

Lens artists Photo Challenge #161: Feet and Shoes

Ann Christine has asked us for images of feet and shoes, but I don’t really have any. So I went for bird’s feet: ,..and here’s some roller blade boots and a dog’s paws: Not brilliant, but the best I could

Lens Artists Photo Challenge # 159 – Postcards

This week, Ana Campo of Anvica’s Gallery invites us to consider the theme of Postcards.  Here is one of the first postcards I recall receiving- my parents had gone on holiday when I was about 5 1/2 and my sister 4, and they sent

Lens Artists Photo Challenge # 159 – Postcards

This week, Ana Campo of Anvica’s Gallery invites us to consider the theme of Postcards.  Here is one of the first postcards I recall receiving- my parents had gone on holiday when I was about 5 1/2 and my sister 4, and they sent

Lens Artist’s Photo Challenge #158: Along Back Country Roads

On holiday, I have always preferred the road less travelled, unless there is a pressing need to get somewhere more rapidly Here are a few examples of back roads travelled in the past – click on any image to access

Lens Artist’s Photo Challenge #158: Along Back Country Roads

On holiday, I have always preferred the road less travelled, unless there is a pressing need to get somewhere more rapidly Here are a few examples of back roads travelled in the past – click on any image to access

Lens Artist’s Photo Challenge #152: Shades and Shadows

Time I got this one in before LAPC 153 appears! I’ve had an unexpectedly busy week with appointments of the boring kind that took up much too much time. Anyway, I’ve trawled the archive, and this is what I have

Lens Artist’s Photo Challenge #152: Shades and Shadows

Time I got this one in before LAPC 153 appears! I’ve had an unexpectedly busy week with appointments of the boring kind that took up much too much time. Anyway, I’ve trawled the archive, and this is what I have