Posted on November 19, 2019
Frank’s theme for this week is ‘fantasy’. I suppose one way of defining that is as something that doesn’t actually exist but you would quite like it if it did.
The possibilities are almost endless, but on a very still day on the River Charente in the Dordogne there’s more than a suggestion of fantasy about the reflections of the riverbank.
Posted on November 13, 2019
Let’s play a word association game. Last week, Frank’s theme for his Tuesday Photo Challenge was ‘steep’. What else could it be this time but ‘slope’?
The almost impossibly picturesque village of Saint Cirq Lapopie clings to a hillside near the town of Cahors, in southern France. There isn’t a level (or particularly wide) street in the place, so lots of slopes. This is probably one of the more challenging ones.
Posted on November 5, 2019
A characteristic of the many notable medieval buildings in the Dordogne town of Sarlat is their very steep roofs. In this image of one of the churches, this steepness is exaggerated by the camera angle that’s necessary to capture the entire edifice.
Posted on October 29, 2019
Posted on October 22, 2019
Posted on October 15, 2019
A very interesting challenge from Frank this week. He invites us to go to our back catalog(ue) and take a new look at an old image – probably something we could all benefit from doing more often.
This is part of the exterior of a hotel on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The original – reproduced in the smaller photo below – is pretty ho-hum: no doubt why I’ve never done anything with it. However, after some cropping and ‘popping’ in Lightroom post-processing it becomes a more striking abstract geometric composition.
Posted on October 8, 2019