March 11th, 2017
In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Wordpress Photo Challenge: Wish
March 2nd, 2017
In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: The Road Taken – show us something that surprised you on “the road taken.” It could be a heritage building in your city or town as seen from a new-to-you angle, a yummy meal on a road trip detour, or the penny you found on a casual stroll. (I still love to find pennies — always a small thrill!) This challenge is wide open — show us the excitement, surprise, wonder, or amazement of your “road taken.”
February 25th, 2017
This week, share a photo of a satisfying pairing from your own life.
February 18th, 2017
The theme of this week’s photo challenge is Against the Odds: Maybe it’s a photo of an unlikely occurrence. Maybe it’s the photo itself that goes against the odds — a shot you never thought you’d get. Maybe it’s a photo of something you’re not sure you’ll be able to do.
February 11th, 2017
a few weeks ago and we made the best of our Welsh weather, so in response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Winter Shadows of Snowdonia:
June 20th, 2016
For this week’s challenge, get inspired by the curves around you. From Curve in architecture to bends in nature to man
March 23rd, 2016
In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Dance
King Cobra Village of Ban Khok Sa-Nga in Tambon Sai Mun, Khon Kaen, Thailand
The strange custom of snake dancing and fighting began when a herb farmer began putting on shows to attract customers to the village, the art of breeding and training snakes has been nurtured ever since.
Rumour has it that some visitors have been killed during the shows.
March 16th, 2016
this weeks theme i thought i would show you some of my more harmonious Diptychs & Triptychs photos
February 29th, 2016
share an image where you see a particularly strong connection between what we see and what you felt as you pressed that shutter button
February 21st, 2016
In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Seasons
The year is split into four seasons, the weather in the UK can be very erratic and so the seasons often overlap or differ completely.