Lens-Artists Challenge # 88: CHAOS

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The Lens Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Ann-Christine.

Host A-C says: “Feel free to interpret Chaos any way you want…”

Tough one. I’m having trouble finding photos that I think reflect CHAOS.

Nature is not really chaotic, we just think she is.

A beaver’s home certainly looks like chaos. It works just fine for ‘The Beave’.

Flying fox bats look chaotic, or eerie, at least:

Art can look like chaos:

Unless you’re Claude Monet, perhaps:

A Garden in Vetheuil; 1881

‘Photo fails’ definitely look like chaos. Brief attempts at ‘stop motion’ photography, to get multiple motion images in a single photo, yielded this:

and this:

No dogs were injured in the process:

Can’t we all just get along? Dogs can:

Enjoy.

Kudos to the tireless leaders of the weekly Lens-Artists challenge.

Weekly Challenge info from Tina:
“Each Saturday at noon EST we will publish a photo challenge similar in form to the now-defunct WPC. If you choose to participate, please make sure to tag your post with the name of our group LENS-ARTISTS so that all of the responses can be found together in the WP Reader. Please also include a link to the challenge moderator’s post. One of our 4 moderators will host the challenge each week.”
Week 1 – Patti of https://pilotfishblog.com/
Week 2 – Ann-Christine aka Leya of https://lagottocattleya.wordpress.com/
Week 3 – Amy of https://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/
Week 4 – Tina of https://travelsandtrifles.wordpress.com/
Check them out.  Also search for Lens-Artists to find posts.

About JohnRH

Retired, avid winter skier, avid reader, traveler (avidly). :)
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24 Responses to Lens-Artists Challenge # 88: CHAOS

  1. Tina Schell says:

    Oh my gosh John, I loved this post! The dog snow sculptures are amazing (at least I think they’re snow sculptures, right?!) and I laughed out loud at your attempts during which no dogs were injured 🙂 Good for you for sharing those. Heaven knows we all have them!

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  2. cindy knoke says:

    Wonderful collection!

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  3. Leya says:

    This had me laughing out loud, John! Much needed! Love all your woggies – and fun “stop motion” I too am glad no dogs were injured ;-D …Nature is well organized “chaos”, yes – and I think Monet knew that! I am totally in love with your take on ♥♥♥

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  4. Amy says:

    LOL, much needed her. The “Art can look like chaos” is really cool, John.
    No dogs were injured in the process, what a relief! 🙂

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  5. Tatiana says:

    Some nice pictures representing chaos here. Great eye to see that detail on the Monet’s painting!

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  6. Tish Farrell says:

    Love those fragmenting dog images, John. And the beaver ‘chaos’. The latter are being coopted here and there in the UK to assist in re-wilding projects and river system landscaping.

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  7. Rupali says:

    Wow, very creative John. I really wish to visit Monet’s garden at Giverny.

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  8. pattimoed says:

    Wonderful post, John. It’s so true that nature seems chaotic to us…but it has its own logic. I love the dog statue.

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  9. Great pictures for the challenge, John! I like that first picture of the dogs running. Very creative!

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  10. JANE says:

    Hi John-
    Your dogs, frozen in snow and frozen in frame, are super fun takes on the chaos theme! I am here laughing along with the others who have commented before me.

    Also love the takes in photos and attitude about the beaver. Great that humans are making a slow but steady come-around on understandings why this species is an anti-chaos eco-champion.

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