[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever
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The Lens Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Patti. We are tasked with posting favorite photos from 2019 Challenges. In many cases my favorite photos are not my best photos photographically, but they are favorites.
#49 – Favorite Things. Unless you have been living under a rock, or this is your first viewing of one of my blog, you may not know one of my favorite things is Lapham’s Quarterly historical journal:
#61 – Precious Pets. Our precious Westie, now deceased, will always be a favorite:
#66 – Filling the Frame. The eyes have it. (Eyes, ayes, as in voting? Get it?) A captive audience at the Columbus Zoo in Ohio:
#73 – COLD. A better quality photograph, IMO. The Yampa River in Steamboat Springs:
#73 – COLD. Once upon a time, long, long ago, in a universe far, far, away, I skied a LOT! Now I’m reduced to getting to the top of the mountain, taking a selfie, and making a few runs on the way down. It was a passion, and thus a favorite.
#75 – Abstract. It’s not a great photo, but I like the contemplation on “what’s missing in your puzzle?”:
#76 – On Display, this photo garnered numerous kind comments. I think I used a Canon Elph 100 camera for the picture, so it is not photogenically of considerable quality. It’s the thought that counts. A display of a son’s love, affection, and remembrance for a father KIA near this river in Germany during WWII:
As always, kudos to the tireless leaders of the weekly Lens-Artists challenge.
Best wishes for a good 2020.