X-treme Heights (26 Weeks Letter Challenge: X)

This week it’s the Letter X for the  26 Weeks Letter Challenge hosted by the lovely Lori Bravo over at Let There be Peace on Earth. As X isn’t the most popular letter of the alphabet I decided to have a little fun with it.

Plus as Lori’s challenge has taken me down memory path, I couldn’t resist using this photo of my son. We were in London for a few days on our way home from Morocco. Here he was in Hyde Park and like all boys wanted to go higher, MUCH higher!

X-treme Heights!

To join in the fun of this challenge simply create your own interpretation of Lori’s letter of the week with as many photos you like then title and tag your post with 26 Weeks Letter Challenge.

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Boat Shed… kinda, sorta! (Monochrome Monday)

Along my waterfront, just down from our house, is this tin structure sitting upon stilts high above the water. This structure always intrigues me.

Not Quite a Boat Shed

The different colours of the tin as it rusts so appeals to me. And as for what looks like satellite dishes on the roof, well, these always pique my curiosity. You never know as perhaps one day… Thunderbirds are go!

 

 

 

Stars in the Garden (Wordless Wednesday)

What I love best about editing photos on my phone is that for some reason I feel as if I have the freedom to go over the top with the editing. Ah, the simple joy of OVER-tweaking {sigh}!

Stars in the Garden

To join in the fun of iPhriday, hosted by Lisa over at Gray Days and Coffeesimply post photos you’ve taken with your cell phone whatever the brand, then add the tag iPhriday. Too easy!

 

 

 

 

 

Vase of Yesteryear (One Four Challenge – Week 4)

Here is my submission for Week 4 of the One Four Challenge hosted by Robyn Gosby at Captivate Me.

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Week 4

 

This week I’ve cropped the photo, bumped up the brightness, deepened the colour in the flowers, and then added a haze to create a glow over the peonies. I then added a white vignette to remove any trace of the background images.

Below are my submissions from the previous weeks for comparison.

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If you aren’t already familiar with this challenge hosted by the talented Robyn Gosby of Captivate Me, it’s where you choose one of your own photographs, manipulating it differently for the next four weeks. Be sure to check out everyone’s submissions for this month!

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Water Fuelled Train Tracks… huh? (Wordless Wednesday)

A Woman’s Work (26 Week Letter Challenge: W)

This week it’s the Letter W for the  26 Weeks Letter Challenge hosted by the lovely Lori Bravo over at Let There be Peace on Earth.

It’s interesting how Women and Work came to mind when thinking of the letter W. The work undertaken by the women in Morocco is astounding and rather frustrating at times when you see the men sitting around drinking mint tea!

A Woman's Work

 

To join in the fun of this challenge simply create your own interpretation of Lori’s letter of the week with as many photos you like then title and tag your post with 26 Weeks Letter Challenge.

26 Weeks Letter Challenge

 

 

 

 

Lunch is on Me (Monochrome Monday)

My father brought me up to appreciate the purpose of spiders. And now I appreciate how truly beautiful a spider’s web can be with all those different shapes created by the spider’s silk. A true work of art!

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However all this hasn’t stopped me from despising their very existence. Man those things can move quickly, as this spider’s collection attests to. Lunch anyone?

 

 

 

 

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