Before and After Photography Challenge – August 2019

A little while ago I asked which of the three challenges should I keep.  Time is of the essence now and so I am finding hard to keep up with all three challenges as I do love to participate in…

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #56: Seascapes and/or Lakeshore

This week's Lens-Artists challenge is set by Amy and is called Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #56: Seascapes and/or Lakeshore. Oh, this challenge has me diving into my archived photos as seascapes, lakes and shores are one of our favourite things to…

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #55: Dreamy

The lens-artists challenge this week is set by Ann-Christine and is called Dreamy.  Even landscape photographs can be given a dreamy feeling to them, by just playing around with the clarity and texture sliders to give the image a soft…

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #54: Detail

The challenge that was set by Patti for the Lens-Artists detail challenge, instantly had me thinking about an image that was taken whilst we visited Canterbury Cathedral.  The detailing in this ceiling is exquisite and so beautiful.  Many thanks to…

Flower of the Day – 1st August 2019

One of our very first gardens to visit back in 2012 was Emmett Gardens in Kent, which is owned and maintained by the National Trust.  As we strolled around the gardens we came across these beautiful yellow/white bell-shaped flowers and…

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #52: Serenity

Serenity... the topic for last week's Lens-Artists challenge set by Patti. There is nothing more serene than sitting on a bench in woodland, admiring nature at it's best and listening to the breeze blowing through the trees as it mingles…

Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM -18 – Landscape – Split-Toning

Firstly, my sincere apologies for PFTM (Photo for the Month) not being done this month, but due to internet problems, and computer problems, I wasn't able to start posting again until yesterday... and I've been playing catchup. So for this…