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Weekly Photo Challenge – Containers

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For this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge I thought the good old Mail Box would be a good fit. The above artwork is my poke at email, but imagine if we didn’t have email just how full these containers would be. Or would they? We send billions of emails, many of which would have to be

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Extra, Extra!

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My contribution for this week’s photo challenge is called the ‘Face of Time’. Can you see what extra is in this image?   Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: Extra, Extra weekly photo challenge : extra, extra Weekly Photo Challenge: Extra, Extra Weekly Photo Challenge: Extra, Extra Weekly Photo Challenge: Extra Extra Passenger Weekly Photo Challenge:

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Spring

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This is Spring to me, beautiful flowers coming to life. Weekly Photo Challenge                 Related articles Contrasting Colours Of Spring Really Spring? Really? Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring Spring is here…or is it? Spring in Seattle Spring is Spring Afternoon Vignette

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Inside

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Sometimes I wish I could run and play ‘inside‘ a magic tree. Putting life’s responsibilities and worries on hold just for a little while as I enjoy a time and place where they just don’t exist! If you want to join in the fun this week click here for more information Weekly Photo Challenge. Related

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Perspective

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What a great challenge this week… perspective. The beauty of photography is being able to capture and create different perspectives of the world; to show things in a different light. The above is not a great work of art, or photography for that matter (smiling), but it demonstrates how you could mistake this photo for

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Abandoned

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I created a digital painting a few weeks ago which I called ‘Abandoned’ so I thought it was a natural choice for this week’s photo challenge. When I took this photo I remember thinking to myself, I bet you were once part of a magnificent tree, now here you are all by yourself, hence the

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Hue of You

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I created this artwork very late last night for a fun competition (creating a photo to look like a LeRoy Neiman painting) but it really does fit perfectly for this week’s challenge as the hue of me! Firstly, I painted this with complete childlike abandonment with no regard for colour, keeping within the lines or

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Travel Theme (Through)

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While traveling around the English countryside this summer I took this photo of the trees creating a ‘porthole’ in the road. While we couldn’t see around the corner, we could get a glimpse of what was ahead, through the trees. I do realize this looks more like a path than a road, but there are many

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Travel Theme (Hidden)

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Ailsa’s theme this week was about being hidden, which made me think of this quote by Buddha. The truth can never be hidden for long, it will always reveal itself at some point in time. It might not always be easy to be truthful or face the truth, but it has to be a lot

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Weekly Photo Challenge – One Shot, Two Ways

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Funnily enough I just completed these two pieces of art this morning, for a fun competition, and they are the perfect fit for this week’s challenge. The competition is to use one photo and create two different artistic perspectives from it and none of the original photographic pixels are allowed in the final image.   Related articles One Shot,

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreshadow

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Dinosaurs became extinct 65 million years ago, after living on earth for 165 million years, foreshadowing the growth of larger mammals and the rise of the human race. Within the first five million years of the Paleocene Epoch, large  mammals had appeared for the first time. Some of them were the earliest  members of modern groups, including

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Travel Theme (Wild)

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I took this photo of a Marmot (Ground Squirrel) in May. He scurried out from behind the trees on to the rocks by the lake and very graciously remained still long enough for me to get a shot. As part of our wildlife he naturally jumped to mind for Ailsa’s travel theme this week. Squirrels and all their family members are considered rodents, but I still

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