Posts Tagged: One Word Sunday

One word Sunday – Confusion

Debbie has Confusion as a collective noun- well, I couldn’t think what to post for this, then thought about confusion, which could be a muddle, and thought of Froday at the market…..with the sheer muddle of things there, you could be

One word Sunday – Confusion

Debbie has Confusion as a collective noun- well, I couldn’t think what to post for this, then thought about confusion, which could be a muddle, and thought of Froday at the market…..with the sheer muddle of things there, you could be

One Word Sunday: Dazzle

I initially thought of the dazzle of the sun on the sea, but then I thought of a performance I saw and heard recently, which included a very animated violinist, a most talented lady who dazzled us with her playing

One Word Sunday: Dazzle

I initially thought of the dazzle of the sun on the sea, but then I thought of a performance I saw and heard recently, which included a very animated violinist, a most talented lady who dazzled us with her playing

One Word Sunday: Skull

Well, I totally forgot what Debbie’s word was for this week when I went up to London to find some Street Art….but while I was there I had seen these, all a bit gruesome. I mean, we all have a

One Word Sunday: Skull

Well, I totally forgot what Debbie’s word was for this week when I went up to London to find some Street Art….but while I was there I had seen these, all a bit gruesome. I mean, we all have a

One Word Sunday – Movement

I haven’t been doing any slow shutter speed stuff recently – time I challenged myself again, so here are some old ones, to show different ways of using movement A couple of waiters pass each other swiftly in Malaga: One

One Word Sunday – Movement

I haven’t been doing any slow shutter speed stuff recently – time I challenged myself again, so here are some old ones, to show different ways of using movement A couple of waiters pass each other swiftly in Malaga: One

One Word Sunday: Contrast

What kind of contrast to choose? I wanted to use recent images, not trawl the archive –  so here are two. First, the contrast between a venerable old church and some ugly, new brash graffiti: ….and now for the contrast

One Word Sunday: Contrast

What kind of contrast to choose? I wanted to use recent images, not trawl the archive –  so here are two. First, the contrast between a venerable old church and some ugly, new brash graffiti: ….and now for the contrast

One Word Sunday : Red

Well, here are some different ‘Reds’ from my archive: some beautiful red leaves at Sheffield Park garden one autumn about 4 years ago: A lovely red rose Poppies, of course and finally, a slightly eerie red lit wall seen in London

One Word Sunday : Red

Well, here are some different ‘Reds’ from my archive: some beautiful red leaves at Sheffield Park garden one autumn about 4 years ago: A lovely red rose Poppies, of course and finally, a slightly eerie red lit wall seen in London

Night (2)

Thought I would have a quick peruse of the archives, and I discover that I have actually been out at night from time to time! As you will see, my preference is for monochrome, people, and atmosphere…. 2003, I think:

Night (2)

Thought I would have a quick peruse of the archives, and I discover that I have actually been out at night from time to time! As you will see, my preference is for monochrome, people, and atmosphere…. 2003, I think:

One Word Sunday: Night

Or more specifically, Prelude to Night, as I don’t do much getting about at night these days! I could have trawled the archives, but… Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here

One Word Sunday: Night

Or more specifically, Prelude to Night, as I don’t do much getting about at night these days! I could have trawled the archives, but… Linked to One Word Sunday at Debbie’s here