Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #22: Happiness is… – TimeSquare – Pleasure time

Images entered into Lens-Artists Photography Challenge, curated by Ann-Christine of To See a World in a Grain of Sand - Leya and Becky's Square December -3rd December 2018 - Pleasure Time Wow, what a great challenge this is... to me…

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Lens-Artists Challenge #20 – Open Sesame: Doors and Doorways

One of the things I love to photograph is relics.  Places that have aged.  At Nymans in West Sussex, stands the ruins of the house that was destroyed by fire. As you can see in the photograph above, the charm…

Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge #19: Magical Light

One of my favourite images that has Magical Light is this one of the lighthouse at Folkestone. Magical Light can also been shown in floral photography.. like in these images. Of course you can create your own magical light as…

Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge: #16 Big Can Be Beautiful Too!!

For Tina's challenge this week I thought of Big Ben now named as Queen Elizabeth Tower.  But to me and many others, it is still Big Ben. Big can come in many shapes and forms, and there is nothing like…

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #15: Change and/or Changeable

We are in fall here in the UK and there is nothing as spectacular as taking a trip to Sheffield Park Gardens in East Sussex, to see truly splendid vibrant fall colours. I did the above image a little while…

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Wonder

Wonder a feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable, or unfamiliar. There is nothing like the wonder of a new-born baby, their beauty, the love and admiration you have for this little person, who has just come…

Lens-Artists Challenge #14 – Look Through My WINDOW

Lens-Artists Challenge for this weekend is called...'Lock through my window'. And for this challenge, I thought I would use some images, that I've processed over the years with windows in them. Enjoy the rest of your weekend everyone!!!

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge – Look Up

Local to us is Canterbury Cathedral, the mother church of Anglian Communion and the seat of the Archbishop of Canterbury.  The ceilings within Canterbury Cathedral are exquisite.  The first photo is of a photograph of the Crossing Dome and the…