The rules don’t apply so much when you’re young. You like to think you go where you want, when you want. Especially when you want the best seat in the house for the view. There are no consequences to your actions… until of course, there are!
Thanks to this little rebel, hubby is now going to have to re-roof our “summer-house” (and I use this term VERY loosely) sooner rather than later as we now have little hoof-holes like stars in the night sky allowing us unhindered water views.
Pedestrian is the Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for this week.
‘Tis Week 3 of the fabulous One Four Challenge hosted by the lovely Robyn Gosby of Captivate Me.
This week curiosity had me editing to see what my ‘schroom would look like in the ageless sepia tones. Needless to say, it didn’t disappoint.
What was interesting after this edit of converting from colour to sepia was, for me at least, it felt as if I cropped the image which I hadn’t. The only other edits after changing the photograph to sepia, was to bump up the contrast and to straighten the image ever so slightly. Below are my previous week’s submissions for comparison.
Oh, and if you aren’t familiar with the One-Four-Challenge, it’s where you choose one of your own photographs and for four weeks you edit this photo differently each week. It really does makes you think!
This week it’s the Letter U for the 26 Weeks Letter Challenge hosted by the lovely Lori Bravo from Let There be Peace on Earth.
To know the sun will rise and set each day is simply not enough. Especially when you witness such understated beauty from mother nature like this of a morning.
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.
Last month I stumbled upon the 26 Week Letter Challenge hosted by the lovely Lori Bravo over at Let There be Peace on Earth. This was obviously meant to be as I was looking for yet another challenge whereby I can “plan ahead“.
As always, I’m a tad late to the party with this week’s letter already the letter “L“. However, this image from our walk around the Brisbane Botanical Gardens back in April instantly came to mind. L is for LOVE… naturally!
Miss Thirteen and I couldn’t believe it when we rounded a corner, immediately coming face to face with this cluster of blooms shaped naturally in a heart. It was so, so beautiful.
This cluster was simply hanging there like a Christmas bauble. We found it difficult to walk away from this natural beauty, taking soooo many photos of this one cluster.
Yes, I know. It’s still March yet here I am posting my one One Photo Focus for April. It’s not very often I’m early for anything but here I am, lol! This month’s photo is by the very busy Cee from Cee’s Photography. This is my submission.
When it came to editing this month my focus was to highlight the left-hand corner of this structure with its interesting adornments. First I cropped severely then tweaked the contrast and highlights before converting the entire image to sepia.
And remember tomorrow to check out all the submissions for this month’s One Photo Focus hosted by the talented Stacy Fischer and her Visual Venturing.
This week’s One Word Photo Challenge from Jennifer Nichole Wells is… Bird.
Each day for the past few weeks I’ve been feverishly scanning the river’s sand-banks in search of my darling Pelicans. I was ever-so hopeful one would even sit itself on our dock but so such luck. Then I heard the most delightful song.
The most beautiful song was coming from our hedge. It took me a little while but by following the sound I eventually came across the little guy above.
He liked the flowers but seemingly only would visit them when I turned my back. If the camera was poised, ready to capture the moment, he’d stay secluded within the safety of the bush. Dang it!
‘Tis the beginning of March which means it’s time for Stacy’s wonderful One Photo Focus March Challenge over at VisualVenturing. As many of you are more than aware, I absolutely adore this challenge.
It’s where Stacy offers just the one photo for editing to anyone who is interested. This month we thank Nancy Merrill of Nancy Merrill Photography for the use of her intriguing photo. This my interpretation.
For this month’s editing I’ve severely cropped the photo so the just the staircase is left. Next I extended these stairs slightly to give the illusion the staircase is taking you to the top of the tree.
My next step was to “crystallize” this cropped image to create a uniformity of sorts then added a heavy vignette before the addition of a frame. Here is Nancy’s original photo for comparison.
As I say, I absolutely love this challenge as it’s so, so interesting to see how we’ve all taken the exactly same image yet edited in a different way… LOVE IT!
To me this is life… we can all hear and see the same thing yet so many times its interpreted differently.