Cee has a new challenge. Based on a picture that she will post once a week, contributors pick a topic based on the picture. It’s pretty broadly based and therefore, fairly inclusive. Here is my submission. I hope I get to be the first to jump in on this one! Because a bridge was featuredContinue reading “Cee’s Fun Foto Challenges: Pick a Topic Week #1”
This is Weems Creek on a particularly foggy morning. The bridge is Roscoe Rowe Blvd. I had a teddy bear named Roscoe when I was little. This is my second entry for this week’s Which Way Photo Challenge. While Maxwell (the demon cat) is the subject of this photo, he is on the staircase whichContinue reading “Which Way Photo Challenge- January 31, 2020”
This photograph is from the deep archives. It is one of my favorites. I took it in 1987 in Washington, D.C. It occurred on 12th Street, NW just below Belmont. It was in early Spring, and it happened to be an unseasonably warm. This drove me outside with a disposable camera. This is my submissionContinue reading “Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Public Transportation”
Bank of Spa Creek at low tide. January 15, 2019. Jez Braithwaite’sWater Water Everywhere challenge.
For now, this is my final entry for Mural a Day. I’ll be on the lookout for more groovy murals, graffiti, and such. Happy New Year!
What could be more appropriate for this challenge than Christmas lights! And then we have the humble lamp.
There’s a neighborhood in Annapolis called Parole. There you will find a section that, in zoning terms, is probably light industrial. In an attempt at beautification, the city sponsored a bunch of murals in this part of town. Some of them are quite brilliant, others are facile or prosaic or just plain ugly. Over theContinue reading “Mural a Day 1”
December 2, 2019