Monday, 13 June 2011

30 Day Photography Challenge

I’m playing catch up again on these but I’m still enjoying the challenge, it makes you think. For example, Day 7 was was fruit – all I had was a banana, what can you do with a banana – DO NOT ANSWER THAT!  So you have to really pull out the stops to make this plain old fruit look interesting when shot. Hopefully I managed to lol

Day 7 Fruit

Day 8 required a bad habit. Try as I might I couldn’t figure how my bitten nails could be made into anything special so I turned to a recent habit. The courgettes in the veg patch are having a bit of a slimy creature problem and egg shells scattered around the bas of the plant are meant to deter the little blighters, so I am saving them for this reason. I just forget to take them out to the garden.

Day 8

Someone you love was required for Day 9. Well I do love T’hubby but I do not like this photo. Not his best look me thinks, ‘nuff said.

Day 9 copy

I needed to record a childhood memory for Day 10 and I didn’t have a clue what I was going to do, but when we arrived at the hovel the buttercups were glorious and reminded me of that little girl thing ‘Do you like butter?’

Blue was the requirement of day 11 and, after a false start, the skies turned blue and the sun shone. Technology however decided to strike again. Unbeknown to me until an hour ago, my phone had somehow reset itself and the camera resolution was way down low and so my lovely blue sky shot isn’t quite what I’d hoped but you get the gist.

Day 11 Blue

Thanks for dropping by and for all the wonderful comments recently, it is lovely to hear from you.

Wendy xx

5 comments:

Sian said...

That banana photo is a cracker! I love bananas but they aren't easy to photograph

Gem's Crafts said...

Fab photos! Loving seeing them :)

Miriam said...

Oooh It is so nice to see your photos on here. I like the notes that go with the pictures, which you don't really get on Flickr.

Ginger said...

Love your photos Wendy, especially the bananas!I'm enjoying watching this challenge on the blogs and you are doing very well at it!

Jimjams said...

Who knew bananas could be so beautiful - cracking shot!