ANGULAR, this week’s challenge. What does angular mean to you? This is a capture of buildings in New York City. Although the building on the left is standing straight, the buildings on the right became angled from the position of the camera.
21 Nov 2014 10 Comments
15 Nov 2014 2 Comments
The community comes together to share their artistic achievements. Read about this week’s challenge, ACHIEVEMENT. These photos were taken during the Chalk It Up Sacramento Festival.
09 Nov 2014 2 Comments
How small are we compared to nature. Share your MINIMALIST, this week’s challenge.
01 Nov 2014 8 Comments
Photos taken at the Capital Air Show. It amazes me how airplanes can take off into the sky, thousands of feet above ground, and return. DESCENT, this week’s challenge. These pilots are fabulous!
25 Oct 2014 1 Comment
Central Park, a haven for residents and visitors during the summer from around the world.
18 Oct 2014 1 Comment
What is your perception of REFRACTION today? Join the Weekly Photo Challenge by Kevin Conboy. For this photo challenge, show what “refraction” means to you. It could be an image taken in a reflective surface, it could be light bent from behind an object, or it could mean remedial math homework: the choice is completely up to you. I’m looking forward to seeing how you interpret “refraction.” This photo was taken of a railing at the Amtrak station, facing the opening towards the exterior of the building.
04 Oct 2014 Leave a comment
SIGNS, the challenge this week, offered by Cheri Lucas Rowlands.
From the street signs we see on our commute to work each day to the vintage neon signs put to rest in an outdoor museum in Las Vegas, signs are functional, but can also be decorative. Read on and join the challenge.
I happened to catch the backside of this sign while viewing out a window.
19 Sep 2014 3 Comments
What is your take for “ENDURANCE”, this week’s photo challenge? Join in and learn more from Krista.
The Old Sugar Mill in Clarksburg, California, originally built in 1935, currently houses 10 wineries and is often used for special events.