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Weekly Photo Challenge – Fresh

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Many images sprang to mind for this week’s Photo Challenge, but I decided to go with a simple shot of fruit. Raspberries are one of my favourites and these raspberries were growing along the side of a country road in Shropshire, England. Great reminder that the warmer weather is on it’s way.

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Shopping in Tuscany

Weekly Photo Challenge – Wall

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The above photo was taken in a market area of Florence. You will find small retail stores like this all over Tuscany, where the outside walls are used to display a sample of the products for sale. This week’s Photo Challenge was about walls that reveal something about a place or person.

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Rule of Thirds

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I have not had the time to post anything for weeks so I am truly delighted to be able to participate in this week’s photo challenge. This photograph was taken at Niagara Falls, but unfortunately this seagull was flying directly over the car park. Ugly tarmac was not something that I wanted as a background

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Express Yourself

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This week’s photo challenge was definitely a chance to have some fun. The image above was a paper print out of my daughter and I having fun at a charity event, so I took this opportunity to create it in digital oils. The accessories we chose were definitely the right ones to express who we really

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Serenity

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For this week’s Photo Challenge I selected an image I created called Quiet Reflection (image cropped for post) as my take on serenity. I love being by water, sitting in a meadow, listening to classical music while I create art or read a book, which are all great ways to feel serene. But the winner is……after meditating I

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Shadowed

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For this week’s Photo Challenge I used the obvious meaning of shadowed. This photo was taken on the beach at Burlington, Ontario. Here are some other great contributions: thoughts and entanglementsWeekly Photo Challenge Laura Gabrielle FeaseyThe End of the Line. MyBlogWeekly Photo Challenge: shadowed J. PicksWeekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed Ese’ s VoiceWeekly Photo Challenge: Shadowed Paintings

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Weekly Photo Challenge – New

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I made it just in time for the first Photo Challenge of 2015 :). I would have hated to have missed it! I created this image as I felt Origami demonstrates beautifully how you can transform into something completely new, while remaining true to who you are. With a few expert folds a flat piece of

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Twinkling Light

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This week‘s Photo Challenge is about capturing twinkling lights.  The theme was perfect for me as I had just finished the above artwork this morning (cropped for the post).  I haven’t had time to join in the fun for a few weeks so I was thrilled to be able to participate today.   Related articles

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Achievement

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My sister and I took ballet lessons when we were little and I passed my first exam with Honors, which was the highest level you could achieve. I quit because my sister quit and I didn’t want to go by myself. I don’t regret many things in my life, but I wish I had continued

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Weekly Photo challenge – Cover Art

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This week’s Photo Challenge is about creating the cover for an album, book, show or magazine which best represents the contents. The artwork above was inspired by my life on the road as a sales person so hence I felt it would be a good fit for a book called the “The Travelling Salesman”. I

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Signs

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Definitely good to know! Enough said. Join in the challenge   Related articles Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs as Art Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs Weekly Photo Challenge: Signs

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Weekly Photo Challenge – Endurance

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Dingli Chapel, which also used to be known as St. Mary Magdalene’s Chapel is situated on the Dingli Cliffs of Malta. A wonderful example of European architecture built in 1646.  Still standing and functional after nearly four centuries is endurance indeed. It is still open for Mass annually and as far as I know is

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