Photography

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Candid Photography

I don’t do a lot of candid photography – but here are a few I found in my archives. The first one is one of me taken by my husband. I was completely unaware.

The next one is a couple of surfers as they finish up for the day.

The last one was taken at an outdoor wedding in a beautiful location by the water.

If you would like to join these challenges, you can find the info here – https://ceenphotography.com/2021/10/26/cffc-candid-photography/

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Lens Artists Challenge – Weird and Wonderful

This week, Ann-Christine, invites us to share images that are weird and wonderful. The first one I am sharing was taken at a Botanical Gardens in Asheville, NC. If you have watched “Stranger Things” on Netflix, maybe this reminds you of the “upside down”. That’s what I saw in the image. Also – it shows that nature will thrive anywhere.

The next photo is a wonderful piece of art seen at the Cherokee museum.

Pelicans are strange looking birds to begin with – but this is the first one I have captured in full dive position.

Last are two photos of an imperial moth. The caterpillars are abundant but the moths are rarely seen since the birds find the caterpillars delicious.

If you would like to join these challenges, you can find the info here – https://lagottocattleya.wordpress.com/2021/10/23/lens-artists-challenge-171-weird-and-wonderful/

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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Curves and Arches

This week we are sharing photos of curves and arches. The first one is an unusually deserted hallway at a local hospital.

Next is a curvy critter that we saw on a recent hike – I used a long lens for this one 🙂

Last is a photo of some natural arches that I took on a recent trip to a park.

If you would like to join these challenges – you can find the info here – https://ceenphotography.com/2021/10/05/cffc-curvy-or-arches/

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Lens Artists Challenge – Seen Better Days

This week we are sharing photos of things that are old, dilapidated or vintage. I have three examples. The first one is from last year that I took while on a boat ride in Florida on the Homosassa River. This house has definitely seen better days.

The next photo is from a recent trip to Alligator River Wildlife Refuge on Roanoke Island in North Carolina. This place has a lot of bear that can be seen on a regular basis in the spring and fall. We didn’t see any this trip but saw evidence of them.

The last image is one on a bike trail we frequent. It is a house built in the late 1700’s – early 1800’s. It first served as the Dismal Swamp Canal’s lock keeper’s house, then as a store for a lumber company, a commission booster for a pioneer telegraph line through this part of the state, a tea room and a private home. I love stopping at the site every time we go by it.

If you would like to join these challenges – you can find the info here – https://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/2021/10/02/lens-artists-challenge-168-seen-better-days/