Monthly Archives: July 2018

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Time to Relax

This is my submission for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Time to Relax. Please follow the link to read Amy’s post. For me, time-to-relax means: go see mountains. Time-to-relax means: go sit by a water fall, a lake, an ocean, a river… … Continue reading

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Bicycles: Times Past

This is my first submission to Irene’s Times Past, and this month’s subject is: Bicycles. (I’ve noticed that my English is getting worse and worse. Many commonly used words become unfamiliar to me. I need to do something, so this … Continue reading

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Brenda’s A Photo Study: Ian MacDonald’s creative composition in street photography

This is my submission for Brenda’s A Photo Study: Ian MacDonald’s creative composition in street photography. Here is the link to Ian MacDonald’s creative composition in street photography- Part One. Ian’s article has 5 parts. Even though most of things … Continue reading

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cooling

This is my submission for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Cooling. Please feel free to follow the link to learn more about this wonderful challenge. I could almost hear him saying, “I am cool; I can’t help it!” At the same time, … Continue reading

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Wonder

This is my submission for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Wonder. Lens-Artists Photo Challenge is a new photo challenge. Please feel free to follow the link to learn more about it. Patti Moed said, “The theme for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge … Continue reading

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