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Before and After Challenge – 1st October 2019

This month’s Before and After photo challenge is a panoramic photograph of the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco, which I stitched together in Photoshop. DOWNLOAD FOR THIS MONTH’S PHOTO To use the image, which is jpeg, download the…

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Photo for the Week – 40 – Metal

First of all, thank you to all those that participated in last Week’s challenge, I really enjoyed viewing your interpretations of Monochrome Fine Art.  We had some great entries. This week the theme is called Metal.

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Weekend Reflections # 522 – Dockside

For the Weekend Reflection Challenge this week, I thought an image at our local Dockside Marina has the perfect reflection for this challenge.  Especially with the lights, masts, and buildings. Posted as part of the Weekend Reflection #522 Photography Challenge.

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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Things Found on a Farm

This week the topic is Things Found on a Farm. One of the most beautiful gardens we have visited has to be Belmont House and Gardens near Throwley in Kent.  Adjacent to the gardens is the farmland.  And for Cee’s…

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Friendly Friday: Electric

Electric blue… the above photograph is a photograph of Canary Wharf photographed from across the River Thames at North Greenwich.  And with all the lights on the buildings is an ideal candidate for the Friendly Friday challenge.

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Tuesday Photo Challenge – Stone

A monochrome photograph of a set of arches at Bayham Old Abbey which is on the Kent and Sussex border. Bayham Old Abbey is an English Heritage property, located near Lamberhurst, Kent, England. Founded c. 1207 through a combination of…

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Photo for the Week – 39 – Monochrome Fine Art

The topic this week is Monochrome Fine Art.  Monochrome fine art is just one of the things that I want to get into.  The above photograph is of Canary Wharf.  I have also processed two other photos, which I posted…

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RDP-Sunday–horses

Horse

A photograph of one of the horses in a field as we visited Mount Ephraim Gardens in Kent. Posted as part of the Ragtag Daily Prompt – Sunday – Horses.

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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels

A photograph of pedal cycles being ridden  through Westminster towards Westminster Bridge. Posted as part of Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Anything with 1, 2, or 3 Wheels.

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RDP Thursday – Fissure

I just love how the light hit the Grand Canyon when we visited it back in May 2015. Posted as part of the Ragtag Daily Prompt – Fissure.

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Photo Challenges: Line-Up – Lines of Age – CB&W – Candid.

The challenge is to show lines… in the above photograph, you can see the curly lines of his beard, the texture in his shirt, and lines on his face that tell a story. Posted as part of the Weekly Photo…

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One Word Sunday – Volume

On our way to North Yorkshire we visited Anglesey Abbey in Cambridgeshire, and in one of the rooms, was this pianist who was cranking up the volume on this piano. For more information on the One Word Sunday Photography Challenge,…

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Something new

This week’s topic set by Nancy on her Photo a Week Challenge is called something new.  ‘Something new’ has many connotations.  It could mean a photograph of something you’ve just purchased, a photograph of a new baby or doing something…

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Traditions

Nancy Merrill, last week, set the Photo A Week challenge as Tradition. One of the traditions this family has is at Christmas time we visit a Christmas Market and buy hot chestnuts. And we normally visit Rochester Christmas Dickens Festival…

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Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Signs

As we drove down Route 66 on our way to Las Vegas back in May 2015, we stopped at a place called Hackberry, where this petrol station and general store displayed a lot of signs. For more information on this…

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #62: Silhouettes

The topic for this weeks Lens-Artists challenge is called Silhouettes.  And for my entries, I am showcasing a couple of images I took in the past.  And I think monochrome images are great to show off silhouettes. My first is…

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Photo for the Week – 37 -Vases

First of all, I want to say, I am reviving the Photo for the Week Challenge.  And from now on it will be a weekly challenge, hosted on a Monday.  I did stop the challenge because of time, however, with…

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Flower of the Day – 31st August 2019 and St Mary’s in Chiddingstone

Today we decided to go for a little drive to Chiddingstone.  We have been to Chiddingstone Castle before and I wanted to see the Olde Worlde look of the village. As you go around the corner into Chiddingstone by the…

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #59 – Angles

The lens-artists challenge was set by Ann-Christine and the subject was Angles.  So for my images in this challenge, I am using two images I took at the Imperial War Museum in London. The image above is the roof of…

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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…

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A Photo a Week Challenge: Smile

For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo a Week Challenged called Smile… I thought I would process a photograph of our first born grandson in his little Ferrari walker.  I just love his little smile and he makes me smile every time…

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Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM -17 – Scotney Castle – Stone-Clad Buildings

Firstly my apologies for running late with this month’s Mid-Week Monochrome Challenge, but something came up yesterday and I simply didn’t have time to post this week’s image.  The above image was photographed whilst standing at the rear of the…

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #45: Street Art

Street Art comes in many forms, from graffiti to this man standing there perfectly still, in his shimmering painted mask and attire… The above photograph was taken during the Sweeps Festival in Kent back in 2013.  I couldn’t believe how…

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Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM -16 – Cathedral – From the Platform

Firstly my apologies for running late with this month’s Mid-Week Monochrome Challenge, but something came up yesterday and I simply didn’t have time to post this week’s image.  The above image was photographed whilst standing on the Platform of Rochester…

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Tuesday Photo Challenge – Technology

Stewie definitely thinks he is way ahead when it comes to technology..  Photo entered into Tuesday Photography Challenge curated by Frank Jansen who hosts the blog Dutch goes the Photo.  

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One Word Sunday – Dazzle

If you are dazzled by someone or something, you think they are extremely good and exciting: There is nothing more dazzling than walking along a pier with the lights flashing,  music playing and people full of excitement as they play…

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Mid-Week Monochrome – MWM -15 – Flowers

As you may have gathered I love processing floral images as well as Monochrome Photography.  However, some flower images just don’t look right in Monochrome. But I was lucky with this image.  I think due to the simplicity of the…

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Photo for the Week – 32 – Circles

Last week’s challenge was Portrait, and we sure had some lovely entries, check them out, by clicking on the links in the Last Week’s entries section.  The challenge for this week is Circles.  Circles are everywhere and to start this challenge,…

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Photo for the Week – 31 – Portrait

Last week’s challenge was Landscape, and we sure had some lovely entries, check them out, by clicking on the links in the Last Week’s entries section.  As landscape was last weeks, this week has to be portrait.  Portrait can mean,…

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Flower of the Day – 17th March 2019

A sepia-toned image of flowers photographed at Belmont House and Gardens and entered into Cee’s Flower of the Day Photography Challenge.

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