Good morning from a cloudy Hastings.
For this weeks challenge I am just looking up. This is the bandstand right in the centre of the CBD of Hastings. My daughter and I went hunting for photos one night and I found this. Actually it has obviously been there for some time but this was the first time I had really had a good look at it.
I like the way the silhouettes of the design really showed up. This has a native american feel to it but it also has the Maori koru as well. Below shows the distinctive koru – the arrow shape up the top.
As you can see I had fun with the editing.
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Water Tank in Ixelles
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For this week’s entry I haven’t strayed far from home. These have all been taken around my home at night time to catch the golden glow. I have been fascinated with the lines of the venetian blinds contrasting with the view through the window in the last photo. There are so many lines going in different directions.
I was also fascinated by the contrast of the textured window pane against the hard lines of the blinds.
Here are a couple of other great blogs for this challenge –
A Lingering look at windows: 5
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Good evening from a coolish Hastings.
This week the black and white challenge by Cee’s Photography is the back of things.
I was searching for another photo of the back of my husbands classic car, but as usual I didn’t find it (no doubt I will find it when I don’t need it – Murphy’s Law.) But I found these photos of the backs of roses and another flower that I am not too sure about.
Edited with Colour Stroke and FX Photostudio Pro.
Here are a couple of other great blogs to check out in this challenge.