Weekly Photo Challenge: The Morning Light – 2
Here’s a slightly different view of the weekly photo challenge Morning Light, horizontal rather than vertical.
Daily Post Photo Challenge: Orange
This Daily Post Photo Challenge is a multi-photo challenge related to the color Orange. There are many versions of the color orange, from the warmth of an orange sun to the muted brownish-orange of dead grass. Here are a few photos from my files that feature the color orange.
The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Express Yourself
The week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge is ‘Express Yourself. Now, that’s a hard one. How, among all the photos I’ve taken over the years, do I find one that expresses me or my ideas? I rifled through my archives, though, and came up with this. What do you think?
Weekly Photo Challenge: Dialogue
The week’s photo challenge is Dialogue. I take this to mean two or more photos that relate to, or communicate with, each other in some way. Anyway, I think the young Muslim girl on her way to the mosque is a definite form of communication:
Photo Challenge: Fray
The Daily Post photo challenge for the week is ‘Fray.’ This is a word that can have many different meanings, so how would you show it photographically? Here’s my interpretation – I’d be interested in your comments on why you think I picked this photo:
Photo Challenge: Split Second Story
I first saw Fayetteville, NC in the 1960s when I reported to Ft. Bragg for Special Forces training. Hay Street in the downtown center was a strip of bars, clubs and dives that had given the city the nickname ‘Fayettenam,’ a play on Vietnam. It wasn’t a place you’d want to take your family – unless you wanted to get rid of them. I was recently back in Fayetteville for another visit to a much-expanded Ft. Bragg – this time as a civilian consultant – and when I went downtown, I was blown away. Here’s what Hay Street looks like circa 2014.
Daily Writing Prompt: I Pledge Allegiance
Today’s Daily Writing Prompt: I Pledge Allegiance invites writers, photographers, and artists to illustrate patriotism. Here’s my offering.
Daily Post: Hi, Mom!
What better illustration of motherhood than this photo? Mosey over to Daily Prompt and check out this week’s challenge. Oh, and Happy Mother’s Day!