Weekly Challenge 1: Flowers

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  1. Well done, interesting assortment of topics this week. I love the light on Brian’s pianist – try cropping in (cut…

  2. Favourites for action shots are Nigel’s Napier Waves, such detail in the water and Julie’s wave breaking. Love the atmosphere…

  3. All lovely cloudscapes. Favourite is Susi’s clouds from back garden, very dramatic, and Mary’s crepuscular rays, also dramatic. (I just…

  4. Thanks Mary. Happy I got the colours and plane flying off in the distance too, a great end to holiday.

  5. Another great set of images – and we travelled the world for them, from Canada all through England, down to…

  6. Some cracking images, Keith’s and Brian’s piers are my favourites this week. Apologies for my image, pun intended! I couldn’t…

  7. Thanks Mary, I’m glad you liked my ‘Little Planet’! We went through a phase of making these in a Flickr…

  8. Thanks June, it’s a self seeded sunflower that grew up from a crack in my garden path. It was taken…

  9. My favourite is Ian’s sunflower, great effect, and like all the others too, including the subtle effect of Nigel’s Clematis.

  10. Thanks Ian. We did a whole lesson and assignment on Filters in Photoshop as part of Digital Manipulation unit, with…

  11. Was interesting to see that 3 of us used filters on our cameras (me, Mary & Brian) and that the…

  12. I like Mary’s steam train and Mike’s shopping centre – just having one person visible makes the shot for me.

  13. Like Ian’s Reading Station and Nigel’s Desert road, what a sense of the open road from down on the ground.…

  14. Keep coming back to Brenda’s stained glass, like the pattern on the wall. Also enjoy Mary’s Cocktail trios, look delicious,…

  15. Thanks for kind comments on my Crystal Triptych. I created this out of many layers in Photoshop, trying diptyches and…

  16. My favourites, Mary’s flower for subtle colour the relaxed feel and Julie’s for the bright colours and clarity.

  17. Tony’s blowing in the wind blew my mind! That was a sexy pink Caddi Susi but this image looks a…

  18. Once again, I love the variety and particularly those of you who thought outside the box. The reflections from Brenda’s…

  19. Not really, I cheated! There not all my bottles, it’s actually a photo of the inside of one of the…

  20. Clearly (pun intended!😉) a range of different interpretations on the theme. My favourites are Janet’s “Garden Through Glass” and June’s…

  21. David Huber’s I am Groot made me smile, looks very comical and liked Mary’s green Elf Door, nestled in the…

  22. What a lovely splash of colour to cheer us up in this dismal week of weather. The flowers are, perhaps,…

  23. I liked Sharon’s “Yellow Peril”, great title for this well though out shot. Also Nagui’s wellies made me smile!

  24. Challenge 18, simplicity: I am very impressed and educated!! To be honest I was not sure what to present in…

  25. Great contrasts in Ian’s rose petal and bright colours in Bob’s yellow image. Also like the composition of Susi’s cross…

  26. Thanks Julie. Managed to get Dan in the studio with guitar, did the lighting myself on a low key background.…

  27. Lighting in Mary’s and Nigel’s images is gorgeous. Enjoy lovely yellow and orange colours in Julie’s poppy. Also like the…

  28. Another interesting set of interpretations of the ‘Curves’ theme. June’s guitar particularly appealed and I liked the creativity of Mary’s…

One comment on “Weekly Challenge 1: Flowers”

  1. Brenda Martin says:

    Lots of creative and accomplished images in both sections so far. I’m not going to pick favourites! But thanks for organising these little challenges and thanks too to Ian for grappling with this wretched website!

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