CMMC: December Pick a Topic

Cee’s Midweek Madness Challenge

#SundayStills – The Epitome of #Summertime

Summer has had a lot of meaning for me.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #209: Surreal

This week, it is Tracy from Reflection of an Untidy Mind’s turn to guest-host Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, and a quite difficult (at least to me) theme was chosen – Surreal.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #164: Looking Up/Down

This week, on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #164, Sofia from Photographias challenges everyone to Look up or Down.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #148: Spots and Dots

This week on Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #148, we’re challenged with the topic of Spots and Dots.

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Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #146: Focusing on the Details

This week, for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #146, Patti has challenged everyone to focus on the details.

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CFFC: Shiny

I was on a field trip last Sunday on a quest to search for spring and what did I find, a bunch of kids chasing bubbles. It’s been a while since I’ve blown bubbles but I think this is so much better. Let the breeze carry the bubbles.

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Lens-Artists Challenge #134: From Forgettable to Favorite

A few weekends ago, I spent a few hours sitting before my laptop with Adobe Lightroom Classic opened on the second monitor sorting photos. I knew I had a lot of photos but I was not expecting to be almost 5,000 photos. How did I manage to take so many photos and not remember that I took them?

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Wordless Wednesday: Water Droplets

Lens-Artists Challenge #130: It’s a Small World

I love macros. They are so exotic and different and really only can be seen either with a magnifying glass, a dedicated macro lens, or in my case, a good ol’ regular camera lens with a screw-on macro filter. These filters are tricky to use sometimes as everything must be completely still and as you can see from the below photo, it only magnifies a specific area of the image while blurring the rest.

Close up of Japanese Maple Leaves

Since the pandemic began in March 2020, I had not had the opportunity to photograph with my macro lens filters as I was being driven by work and anxiety to the point I had somewhat lost my muse and inspiration to make photographs. I hope to make some in 2021 as it’s looking like spring might be coming early. Therefore, please enjoy some pre-pandemic photos. These photos were from the beautiful spring of pre-pandemic world of 2019.

Close-up of my budding cherry tree

Lens-Artist Challenge

Wordless Wednesday: Before the World Went Mad

Wordless Wednesday: Out of Sync

Wordless Wednesday: When you’re not a painter…