I took a few shots as a I walked by them the other day.
Why swans you may wonder, well it’s because there a lots of swans around here. Here are just a few.
Mother goose was getting ready to chase us away as we were getting to close to her babies.
Weekly Photo Challenge – Create an image that represents being “a face in the crowd.” Explore silhouettes, shadows, orientation, and other ways to mask your subject. As you hide the defining characteristics of your model, notice which traits continue to stand out. Without facial expression, can you tell how someone is feeling? Without color, does your impression of that person change? If portraits aren’t your thing, get even more creative with your use of shadows, reflections, animals, and patterns to represent a sense of anonymity.
Weekly Photo Challenge – This week, use your camera to discover the endless variety that one thing can contain. It can be a single photo featuring some visual play on repetition and variation…
“This week’s photo challenge is about perspective: post a photo which is not what it seems to be. Make sure you share what the photo actually is of in its caption!
For those who are looking for an extra bit of challenge, show us two photos, each one showing a different angle or interpretation of the same subject”
I mis-read the challenge to start with, I thought it was for two photos showing a different angle but I missed the bit about a photo which is not what it seems so I had another look and found this ‘pattern’.
The ice on the conservatory roof. The top photo did come out blue.
Death Valley, USA
A flower at the Botanical Gardens, San Francisco
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I ended up choosing more photos for this challenge than I intended, but I had to include a dandelion clock as they are so delicate.
And I didn’t realise that I had so many pictures of swans, here are just a few
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – ‘Found in Nature’