Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Take a New Photo
Here’s a recent shot of Que DeCat. Que is my seventeen year old grumpy kitty who is the face of Tybee Tabby. Que is also one of my favorite subjects and gets her picture taken on a regular basis. This shot was taken earlier this week.
Things sure can look different depending on your point of view. Here are two shots of the same type of beach bird (a type of tern, I think). The first is head on and the birds remind me of penguins. The second is the more common side view. What a difference an angle makes.
Here are two photos for the “broken” theme. Both are broken pieces of wood that have floated down river. The first is a broken branch with a blue heron perched in it.
The second is a log that drifted up on the beach….I though the texture of the broken part of the wood was interesting.
Hope you enjoy.
The Hydrangea is enveloping the picket fence.
The clouds are enveloping the sun.
These are two examples of what enveloped mean to me.
Another of my parade pictures … a fine train highlighting breast cancer awareness. I had a couple of pink photos on hand and hubby wandered by when I was making my selection. He told me to go with the train. He is always right (so he tells me) so here it is. ; )
An oldie from back in 2010 in my Pennsylvania days. That truly was a winter of storms.
I finally was able to attend the Savannah College of Arts and Design (SCAD) Sand Art Competition. My hubby and I had tried the past two years, but failed because we couldn’t find a parking spot. So this year I had hubby drive me down and drop me off at the competition and I walked home. It is a bit of a hike, but I always get wonderful pictures when I do the beach walk. Anyhow, here are a couple of “odd ball” photos from the event. I hope you enjoy them.
P.S. The artists were quoted as saying the sand was not sticking together well this year, so perhaps next year even better work, although I thought some of these were quite creative. : )