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a message in a post
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Wall.” A wall in my son’s Manhattan apartment. Posters, magazine and newspaper cut-outs, with the exception of the bottom right which is a mirror reflecting me taking a picture of his wall. a new kind of selfie. Camera: Olympus Apps: TitleFx – for copy
Weekly Photo Challenge: Change
a change of yesterday to today . . . This is a new moment in time. A Facetime moment. Communicating long distance with family has gone a long way from telephones. We have caught up to The Jetson Family Space Age. Thank you Michelle W for this Week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge: Change
Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge introduced by Cheri Lucas this week is Street Life. This is the exploration of my street life in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Enjoy! A visit from my grandchildren, Leia and Brandon, feeding the fish in the pond. The pond is located just off one of the walking paths. Continue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life”
Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections
This week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflection Here are the Reflections in my life. The pond at Pema Osel Ling reflecting the vast sky and the giants that surround it. I create reflections in my photos. Reflecting back in time My favorite photo of Serengetti reflecting on life. All photos taken with iPodTouch5 withContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections”
Green and orange
It’s the Monday Phoneography Challenge: Macro.Unfortunately, I lost my “macro cell lens band“, so today I used my iPadMini to shoot these images. It’s a step up from the iPodTouch5, but the “macro cell lens band” still wins my heart. I hope you enjoy these images. Images were shot with indirect lighting and back lighting.
Snappy H’appy ~ Wk 4: Cut out
Phoneography Challenge: Nature
What a beautiful day today! We had a few hours of sun shine between rain storms. Apple trees on Corralitos Road.
Time lapse in my mind remind me of days when the dock looked strong and inviting to walk to its end and feed the fish swimming about when they heard me coming, and the canoe tied up with its oars reaching out as if arms were greeting you to help you aboard. But today theyContinue reading “Abandoned”