Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

This week’s photo challenge theme is Threshold. A threshold can be an actual entrance or egress, or a figurative concept along the lines of being on the horns of a dilemma, or a starting or turning point. I’ve opted to take the clear route and post a couple of shots of grand thresholds – orContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold”

Photo Challenge: Juxtaposed Bus Lines and Bustlines

This week’s Photo Challenge is: Juxtaposition. I’ve always been a fan of this concept; balance, Yin Yang, call it what you will. The juxtaposed photos below illustrate an interesting cultural difference between those waiting for and boarding a bus in England and those doing likewise in North America. One group approaches the bus from theContinue reading “Photo Challenge: Juxtaposed Bus Lines and Bustlines”

Weekly Photo Challenge: Late November dawn in Montreal

┬áThis week’s Weekly Photo Challenge theme is Let There be Light. The photo below was taken in Montreal just as the sun was coming up on a late November morning. The street lights were still on yet the sky was starting to brighten. DCMontreal is a Montreal writer born and raised who likes to establishContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Late November dawn in Montreal”

Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways – the lagoon

This week’s Weekly Photo Challenge topic was, One Shot Two Ways. below are two shots of a park lagoon taken with an iPhone 4. The two photos were snapped within seconds; one shows a long narrow view, the other a wider more inclusive shot.