My last post this morning is for Nancy’s challenge at nancy merrill photography. This week we are asked to show red, either as a main colour or accent. This first photo is a red pohutakawa – I dare anyone to try and pronounce this. It is a native to New Zealand and is called a Kiwi Christmas Tree as it usually flowers around Christmas time and being a traditional colour for that time.
My second photo is of a red sunset. We do have the most glorious technicolour sunrises and sunsets and this one was particularly red.
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PS – I must look at the movie The Sixth Sense again.
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This weeks word of the week by Sue at A Word in Your Ear is frame.
These photos were taken just about 20 minutes ago when I noticed a golden glow just coming through the fog. So of course I rushed out to take photos. The fog meant that I could see the sun coming up. Once it started to peep through it actually came up rather quickly.
Here are a couple of other photos for this challenge.
A secret garden through the fence.
I love the way that nature provides the perfect frames.
Here is Sue’s post for info
And some other great posts.
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Here is another great challenge by Cee at Cee’s Photography. It is a great chance to dig out those photos that don’t belong to any particular theme.
These three photos were taken at the A & P show and show the quirkiness of New Zealanders.
This final photo below shows the oddity of nature in this seed head.
You can find out more about this challenge here
Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge: Week 1
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Good morning from a foggy Hastings.
Where is the time going. We are up to week 9 for Dawn’s challenge for The Day After. As some of the photos are looking up at windows they can also go for Debbie’s challenge at Travel with Intent – Look Up, Look Down Week 28,
Continuing with my Art Deco theme this week I am focusing on the windows in the Art Deco centre of Napier. They are so decorative and colourful. I edited these with the Pacific Filter in the FX Photostudio Pro as I wanted to get a vintage feel to them, appropriate to the Art Deco era. But also they remind me of the colours of Miami when I visited there 20 years ago.
There are quite a few. It was a matter of where to start and when to stop. It is a photographers paradise.
Thanks for visiting and you can find out more about this challenge at Dawn’s blog here
and see Debbie’s awesome post here
The Sound of Music
Here is Debbie’s post for her challenge
And Irene’s awesome post
Look Up, Look Down Challenge: Bucketts Scenic Walk (Wk 28)
Thanks for visiting and putting up with all my Art Deco this week.
Good evening from a muggy Hastings.
Time for Cee’s challenge at Cee’s Photography. This week is all about man made objects. Since I have been focusing on Art Deco this week I thought about some of the detail that can be found on the buildings in Napier.
The first image has the bonus of a large Imperial Chryslar from the early 60’s. Usually Hubby is very knowledgable about early classic cars, but this one had him stumped. It is about 30 years out of date compared to the buildings.
These have been edited using Snapseed and ColourStrokes. I am not sure how I did it but when I was adding my watermark I noticed the soft focus on the second and third image. I thought about editing the images again but somehow I like the contrast of the softness against the hard lines of the buildings.
Here is Cee’s blog for more information
Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Made-Made Objects
and other great posts
GLASS AND STEEL IN BLACK AND WHITE
Cee’s Black and White Challenge: Man Made Objects
Good morning from a cooler Hastings.
Time for another challenge by Sonel’s Corner Photo-Editing Challenge. Footwear. Not something that I would normally take photos off. Anyway in keeping with my Art Deco theme I chose these shoes. They are only a couple of years old but they suit my Art Deco clothes.
They have all been edited with Snapseed.
For more info on this challenge check out here
And some other great posts
Sonel’s Corner Photo Editing Challenge: Footwear
Hot to Trot
A Walk On The Wild Side…