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”
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”
This 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”
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.
The Weekly Photo Challenge called for a photo depicting companionable. So below is Ferguson who, when he feels like it, and isn’t stressing as he is in this photo, allows me to be his friend!