Even by day Times Square can be quite bedazzling
This week in Cee’s geometry series we are looking at straight lines
This is Wellington Railway Station at dawn
Here is my contribution to Cee’s odd ball challenge this week
I was photographing yachts moored in the harbour for another challenge when this scene unfolded in front of me
This week’s challenge on Sunday Stills is Landscapes in Black and White
Here is another shot from the Otago Rail Trail
This week’s theme on the weekly photo challenge is “between”
Here is one I took with my phone on my walk this afternoon (I got a few ideas for when I go back with my camera too).
This is Middleton Road from which my blog gets its name.
See other contributions here
The “Illuminated Crowd” is a public sculpture outside a bank in Montreal, near Magill University.
“A crowd has gathered, facing the light, an illumination brought about by fire, an event, an ideology — or an ideal. The strong light casts shadows, and as the light moves toward the back and diminishes, the mood degenerates; rowdiness, disorder and violence occur, showing the fragile nature of man. Illumination, hope, involvement, hilarity, irritation, fear, illness, violence, murder and death — the flow of man’s emotion through space”
see other bloggers’ take on the theme here
Preeti has joined those blogging photographers who generously take the time to help bind our online community together by inspiring and challenging us weekly. The first theme is “alike” – which draws on, among other things, sayings such as “like father, like son”
I couldn’t resist – I have been looking for an opportunity to post this.
I took it the very first day I went out shooting with my new camera.
I now recognise that technically it might not be a perfect photo (I think I could have done better on both focus and exposure) – but I am still very pleased with it in terms of capturing a moment