I’ve resized all of these photos so that they are now 5 by 7 inches- the perfect size for a postcard. I respectfully submit them to Guest Host Anvica’s Gallery for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #159: Postcards.
There are different ways of rendering a colored image into black & white. Which of the below is your favorite? This is my second entry for Lens-Artists Challenge #156: Black & White.
Here are may humble contributions to Lens-Artists Challenge #156: Black and White. Taken as a whole, or each individually, I am trying to say something about the absence of color.
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: On the Water
Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Wonderful
Lens-artists Challenge #153 – Shades & Shadows
The purpose of the artist is to leave the world a little more beautiful than when he found it.
The incredible Watts Towers above and below. The minute I heard “spots & dots,” I thought of Watts!
Photographed last January, I never got around to posting this lovely orchid until now. It’s loaded with lots of spots and dots.
I’ve always loved gardens. I like gardens that have little statues in them besides just flowers. Here are my contributions to Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #147: Gardens.
Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells, and cockle shells,
And pretty maids all in a row.
There’s an older version of this nursery rhyme where the last line reads, “Sing cuckolds all in a row.”