modern ivory towers
Get on top of the entries in Where’s my backpack?’s challenge
Travel theme: Above
Proceed directly to the entries in
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Straight Lines.
Put the dissimilar together
in the entries of the Weekly Photo Challenge: Juxtaposition.
Join in the entries of Where’s my backpack?’s Travel Theme: Connections.
Reach the pinnacle in the entries of
Where’s my backpack?’s Travel Theme: Height.
Do not Dwell on Dirty Dishes
or Dabble Daily with the Dulse
Digress to Dimestore Dilettantes
Desperate Drones without a pulse
Drive Derring-do Direct Downtown
Delicious Damsel in Distress
Deliver Dowagers Disguised
out of this suburban mess
Discover the entries in Frizztext’s DDD – Challenge.
Shot with the iPhone 5 native camera, edited in WordFoto
for iPhoneography Monday: Black & White.
Have a look at Frames & Focus, Lens and Pens by Sally and Watching Photo Reels to see the originators of this challenge and their interpretation of this week’s theme. You may also join the challenge by clicking here.
The learning curve has been a little steeper than usual this week. Here, all things tech are absorbed at a pretty much need-to-know speed, manuals and instruction books a luxury for those few minutes when there are no deadlines or last minute tasks. iphone, ipad, laptop, the computer itself with all its magic programs, the big camera (or “my baby” as Miss Z covetously likes to call it), each has its own universe of creative possibilities but also the caveat that you have to figure out how to get there. This week’s Photo Challenge: Silhouette arrived in the middle of a work-related road trip to the wilds of Ontario. Yahoo! No archives to consult, a tight schedule and wi-fi became the borders to cross.
Silhouette is not an easy challenge – it is a way of seeing we often bypass in favour of close inspection of the thing itself. It is the shadow, the outline, the impression left by complex forms that sometimes says more. Toying around with the iphone proved artistic salvation. Who knew one could get quite lovely results through the window of a fast-moving car in less than ideal conditions or just by pointing at the sky and hoping for the best?