Weekly Challenge 12: Three

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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…

6 comments on “Weekly Challenge 12: Three”

  1. Brenda says:

    Great tulips, Susi!

  2. Mary Nash says:

    Well done everyone – another great set of images. Thanks Ian, for the name of the flower – to me just a yellow weed flower in the garden! I had to look twice at the Hippos (for scale) – they would definitely break my bird bath if they sat in it!! Janet’s railing and glove are well seen, as is Brenda’s funnels. Very noble of Tony to let his bindweed flower, so he could get the image, which is lovely – mine gets pulled out the minute I spot its leaf! Keep up the good work – lots more topics in store.

    1. Ian B says:

      Latin name is ‘Hypochaeris Radicata’, but as it wasn’t a nature photo contest just used the common names!😁😉

  3. Julie WRIGHT says:

    Well done to everyone for the ‘Three’ pictures – I was amused to see that Mary and Ian had picked the same flower. Impressed by Brenda’s funnels as I was with her at the time and the ‘three’ didn’t even occur to me… note to self, need to be more observant! I also like June’s Hornby trains – great use of shallow DOF and I hope you got them back to your husband safely. 🙂

  4. Julie WRIGHT says:

    Thank you for the nice feedback on my bumblebee shots last week! Not superglue, no, just some pied piper music… LOL. Strangely, a few days ago the whole troupe of bees upped and left – I rather miss them.

    It was great to see so many of us have been studying our local small wildlife over the last few weeks and as always, I particularly liked those images that provided something different – well done to all of us for keeping going with our cameras!

  5. June Hanson says:

    Great colours again. Enjoy Brenda’s red Funnels and Susi’s Tulips, especially the texture on the left hand tulip, and Julie’s raspberries in this week’s entries. I borrowed my husband’s well looked after Hornby models and track to set up my image, it was great fun!

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