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Originally posted on The numpty with a camera:
If I can get some new ones for this challenge I will be beside myself. It is a hard ask for me while my kids are on six weeks holiday to think straight never mind get my camera out for anything but them. So these are from photo’s I have posted before in times gone by. Kind of Zig Zag’ish… I hope.
Trust me though. The Red Arrows know how to zigzag.
Originally posted on beeblu blog:
I missed last week’s photo challenge…
..and my 4th blog anniversary.
And because of M-R’s powers of suggestion, I got only as far as selecting three instead of the usual five photos for my list of favourites on the WPC theme.
Just as well I’m not OCD. :roll:
For more entries to this week’s photo challenge, see The Daily Post.
Five Three standouts from this week
Originally posted on Marsha Lee:
California mountain road contain numerous “hogbacks” as my friend, Darlene, calls the switchbacks on the way to Sequoia National Park. It turns out that those same kinds of roads exist on the Coastal Redwood Highway as well. This park called Mystery Trees was about where our truck’s worn out transmission tired of lugging our new trailer. We rented a car and enjoyed the “break.” Not only did the roads and the paths twist and turn, so did the trees, providing beauty and shade. When we did get going again, the fog wanted us to slow down more than the zigzags. These zigzags are closer to home – to anyone’s home. I never tire of the zigzag shapes of tree branches. These trees are in an educational property called Circle J Ranch owned by Tulare County Office of Education where I worked. It is close to a tiny town called Springville, east of…
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Originally posted on Ron Scubadiver's Wild Life:
8 Photos in This Gallery
I have visited the crater previously, but this was the first time I hiked down into it any real distance. It might be a mile, but that takes one to an overlook providing a different perspective than what is viewed from the rim. My thanks to the girls for their volunteer modeling job. They were photographed before the hike. Remember, in only 90 minutes you can drive from the beach to the summit at 10,000 feet (3,000 Meters).
Originally posted on Arizona Highways:
As always, we enjoyed your takes on this week’s Friday Fotos theme, “great escapes.” Where will you escape to this weekend?
See you next week!
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Originally posted on Leanne Cole PHOTOGRAPHY:
As someone pointed out the other day we have been doing this for almost six months, maybe when we get to week 26 we should think of something special. So if you have any ideas let me know. It is time for another week of Monochrome Madness, I hope you enjoy all the entries this week.
For those of you who follow my blog, especially my Weekend Wanderings posts will know that I have been upset with the weather here, but I am so happy that I finally got a change to photograph some foggy scenes. We have had a few mornings of fog, but I haven’t been able to get out, but this is about the 5th or 6th morning, so we haven’t had many. I went all over the place, well to a few places that I thought would be good for fog. This is one I took…
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Originally posted on EdMooneyPhotography:
OK so here we are at week 29 of this re-work series, for a while now it would appear that my images and content has been Ominous to say the least. Its something that I will always take as a compliment, but for today’s shot, i wanted to tone it down a notch. The magnificent Neolithic monument known as Brownshill Dolmen in Carlow. I shot this last year when I visited with my eldest son Ryan and Nephew Scott. Believe it or not this particular image was shot for some strange reason on my HTC 1. Dont ask me why as I was using my Nikon at the time, perhaps I wanted a quick snap to share on Facebook? The Dolmen itself is a magnificent structure that you need to see for yourself to truly appreciate its sheer size. You can check out my full post from last year including…
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