FOWC with Fandango – Challenge

Well, the topic for today is relatively easy for me... and it has to be a Photographic Challenge.  I love to enter photography challenges and through these challenges, I found my love of floral photography. So for this challenge, I…

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FOWC with Fandango – Shelter

We hadn't been out taking images for months, what with real-life events, some good and some sad, however, rain or shine we were going out. We went to Smallyhythe Place near Tenterden, and true to form, the rain came with…

Leaves, overgrown and fenced

The above photo was shot at Ashenbank Woods, near Cobham in Kent.  One of my favourite places to visit and very local to me. It is very rare that one image is suitable for three challenges on the same day..…

FOWC with Fandango — Routine

To me routine is... daily housework, doing the school run, preparing meals. Routine is something we do on a regular basis. And one thing I don't want my photography to be is routine. Because routines turn into chores.  And I…

FOWC with Fandango — Illusion

Well, I don't if this image qualifies but for me, the illusion of this butterfly melting into the pattern is spellbinding especially in the monochrome version. Here is the coloured version. Butterfly is full of illusion with the moon reflecting…

October photo a day challenge – Birds and FOWC – Trial

My entry for City Sonnet's October photo challenge - Birds. This little egret was photographed at Northward Hill Nature Reserve between Colling and Higham, near Rochester in Kent. In fact, this little bird did a photo-shoot that day. The word…