Friendly Challenge In The Garden

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  1. Enjoying the water images, especially Mary’s Sunset Beach, lovely colours of oranges and blues.

  2. I like Ian’s “Down the Plughole” but Kelly’s is amazing – to capture the rider doing a somersalt is superb…

  3. Thanks June; and I think you’ve captured the texture of the coffee beans really well.

5 comments on “Friendly Challenge In The Garden”

  1. June Hanson says:

    Some great images. Especially like Ian’s Thyme for Bees, a great title too! Also like Bob’s Garden Rhythm – interesting blue and brown tones together and thoughtful composition. Like Julies lovely dog too (bit like the AA ad?) and the gentle lighting in Tony’s cactus. The one that grabbed my attention first was Sharon’s Lavender, enjoying the colours.

  2. Julie WRIGHT says:

    Once again, I’m impressed by the range of images we’ve come up with. Anne’s washing ticks “thinking outside the box” for me, Brian’s woodpecker makes me envious and I like Bob’s “Garden Rhythm” for the composition… but well done all, and thanks to Ian for keeping going with the ideas and the work involved in bringing us this challenge every week. 🙂

  3. David Huber says:

    A great range of images. If only I had a garden, I could have joined in 😦 I Love the unusual wet bird and the strange flowers against red stone.

  4. Mary Nash says:

    A great set again – well done everyone. The colours on Brian’s wooodpecker are spectacular – so vibrant and the bird is lovely and sharp too. Susi’s image is lovely for the moving rain drops and great capture of the blue tit. Nagui did really well to capture the baby Jay – they are often on the move – glimpsed briefly and do not usually stick around to pose for a photograph. Ian’s bee is well caught, and Bob’s image is very creative – the curves are very interesting and mirrored in the plant and tiles. David’s garden looks an interesting place to visit – I wonder where it is? A nice angle on Sharon’s lavendar shot and Tony’s cactus – does that survive in the garden – it is very exotic. Ann’s is a different take on the theme, but fills the frame well and is colourful. JUlie’s dog looks adorable and fluffy – a really lovely and natural portrait of the dog. Well done everyone.

  5. Brenda says:

    Bob’s, Tony’s and Susi’s all get my vote, can’t split them. But well done to everyone for doing this, I completely forgot. The weeks seem to fly by too fast!

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