[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever
[Photos this week are hosted right here on WordPress. Somewhere… serene.]
[Right-clicking on a photo might open it in a separate tab or window.]
The Lens Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Patti.
A superb theme this week, but they always are. As it is now halfway through the week, and I have a penchant for wasting huge volumes of time, I’m scrambling to whittle a lengthy assemblage of photos into one visually digestible. HereItIs.
The Guggenheim Museum in New York City, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright:
Motorcycles and scooters in, where else, Italy. Genoa, to be exact. From a high point:
An Amado Pena puzzle (one of my favorite Western artists), which I had assembled but found missing pieces. I sent photos and he provided every one:
Nature’s art, a glacier in Alaska, as seen 10+ years ago from a float-plane ride around Denali Peak:
A fish not-out-of-water, again naturally abstract:
Alexander Calder’s ‘6 Dots Over A Mountain’, at the Denver Botanic Gardens 2 years ago summertime:
And now for something completely different, this is other-worldly, if not abstract. I stumbled upon a snapshot of my long-gone Sony Mavica FD-91 camera that used the small, hard, floppy disks. Probably my first digital camera. I remember scrambling around Amsterdam looking for a box of 25 disks, because I started shooting and quickly ran through the ones I had, as I had no computer with me to transfer the pictures. Those were the days!
Kudos to the tireless leaders of the weekly Lens-Artists challenge.