This Challenge is about linking images not only to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge but to other people who willingly put themselves to the huge amount of work in hosting challenges.
First a spectacular Bird of Paradise in flower for Cee’s Flower of the Day Challenge. This was from my old glass-in deck which faced south. Now we are in an apartment that faces north-east and the plant no longer blooms. It is moving onto a brighter place – good-bye old friend.
For Brian aka Bushboy’s monthly Last Image On The Card I have the texture of grey bark with white oblong spots of a tree seen on my December 31st walk along a snowy Arbutus Corridor.
John Steiner hosts a weekly challenge, Cellpic Sunday which has only one requirement, the image(s) must have been made with a mobile device such as a cellphone or a drone. I rarely take photos with my ancient phone but occasionally use my iPad. Here is screen grab of my easel and visitors at my art studio during the Eastside Culture Crawl in November.
For Nancy Merrill’s Photo a Week Challenge – Lights I am using the reflection of Christmas lights at Lafarge Lake in Port Coquitlam. I originally used this in a post for Cee’s and Jez’s Challenge: Water, Water Everywhere. I got me thinking about how I wanted to spend some time doing studies of water reflections which I am pursuing in a Sketch a Day for January 2021 Challenge that I am working on with a couple of artists in Vancouver.
More of the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Double Dipping.