Weekly Photo Challenge: Decay

Weekly Photo Challenge: Decay

Weekly Photo Challenge: Round Things

This week I’m going to sent you off on a quest to photograph round things. I’m specifically thinking spheres, but I’ll leave the challenge open for other round things.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Round Things

Weekly Photo Challenge: Round Things

Weekly Photo Challenge: Round Things

This week I’m going to sent you off on a quest to photograph round things. I’m specifically thinking spheres, but I’ll leave the challenge open for other round things.

Weekly Photo Challenge: White on White

Weekly Photo Challenge: White on White

We’ve had a bit of snow around my area and I’m looking out the window at an almost completely white scene. I’m heading out in a bit and my goal is to capture a high key photograph. This week’s challenge is to: Photograph White on White

Weekly Photo Challenge: Four-legged Friends

Weekly Photo Challenge: Four-legged Friends

I just returned from a week of photographing wild* horses in Missouri Ozarks – yes, there are! – so as I was standing in a field for four hours yesterday I decided that this week the theme is to:

Photograph Four-legged Friends

It doesn’t matter if you’re photographing domestically or in the wild….

Weekly Photo Challenge: Drops of Water

Weekly Photo Challenge: Drops of Water

Weekly Photo Challenge: Drops of Water

It’s raining as I write making this week’s challenge particularly apt.

This week, the theme is to:
 
Photograph Drops of Water

As I look out the window, there are drops of water dripping from the leaves which are just turning color for the autumn. If I’m lucky, the sun will come out soon and I’ll get a little sparkle

Weekly Photo Challenge: Something Borrowed

Weekly Photo Challenge: Something Borrowed

This week, the theme is to:

Photograph Something Borrowed

Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue….

You don’t just have to think weddings this week, but a summer wedding would be appropriate.

So grab your camera this week – or better still, borrow someone else’s – and go see what you can negotiate.