The theme for day 19 in the photo101 course is double & rotation. Today I have selected photos from Namibia showing my take on double in nature.
The theme for day 6 in the photo101 course is connect & tags. The following guidance is provided: There are many ways to interpret this theme: from a gadget to a handshake, from a bridge to a gathering among friends. What’s yours? I have selected a photo today from Etosha National Park, Namibia showing elephants play-fighting […]
This week we are asked to share an image that shows reward in the weekly photo challenge. The following information was provided to assist: Reward is filthy with possibility: it could be your third grader’s beaming smile after reading her first chapter book, a steaming mug of chicken soup after a long run in the cold, a […]
This week we are asked to share an image of symmetry in the weekly photo challenge. Some suggestions were given to help with this challenge: Don’t limit yourself to architecture — you can bend this theme in any way you’d like. A portrait of your twins? A window grille? The yellow lines of a busy road? A row of […]
This week we are challenged to show what “express yourself” means to us in the weekly photo challenge. Some examples were given to help with this challenge: It could be the delightful, gummy grin of a baby grand-nephew, a message of love written with a biplane in the sky, the clenched fist of anger and frustration, or even a lunch […]
This week we are asked to publish an image that conveys serenity in the weekly photo challenge. A definition of serenity was provided: The state of being calm, peaceful, and untroubled. In this submission I present a series of photos that represent serenity for me. The photos were made in Antarctica, Namibia and my home country of […]
In today’s assignment for the Blogging 101 course we are asked to “publish a post for your dream reader, and include a new-to-you element in it.” For this assignment my dream reader might be a renowned wildlife photographer. The element that is new to me in this post is the use of quotes for each elephant […]
Jim Goldstein has invited submissions for his 8th annual best photos of the year blog project. You can find details here. I haven’t participated before but have identified what I consider to be my ten best photos for 2014. Eight were taken in Namibia and two in Antarctica. […]