Lens-Artists Challenge #118 – Communication

[Categories: Photography, Photography 101 Forever]

The Lens-Artists Challenge is hosted this week by Biasini the Horse, sponsored by Anne Leueen. The topic is Communication.

As this is primarily a photography challenge, we’ve all heard that ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’. I will spare you, for the most part, my semi-literate written verbosity, and share several thousand words in pixelation.

[I’m still experimenting with larger images, different themes, etc. It’s all a mess. Be kind.]

Despite the Sounds of Silence, does this piano speak volumes?


Was that five shots… or six! Do ya’ feel lucky? I’m talking’ to you!
It’s almost Halloween, and this thing is scaring me Dad. Do you hear me?! Dad? Dad? I’m talking to you! What’s up with your communication?!?! Sprechen sie Deutsch? Parlez vous anglais?
Art is communication. Monet speaks to me.
Nature speaks to me.

Who or what speaks to you?

Stay safe, be well. Be kind to one another.

23 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #118 – Communication

  1. Hell John Human. Biasini here. Thank you for responding to my challenge with such good photos. I like your little dog and you are right he is not too happy about that scary figure on the stairs. šŸ“

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  2. A beautiful contribution to the challenge John, I love how everything and everyone can speak to us when we are ready to listen šŸ™‚

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  3. I’m with you John, nature does speak to us as does your closing image – beautiful. Laughed at your pup image – oh the ways we find to entertain ourselves LOL. PS. good luck with your format play-you forgot to tag so that you reach the reader as you usually do, and if you’re looking for input, not a huge fan of the way your image shaping cuts off parts of your images. Feel free to tell me to mind my own business šŸ˜€šŸ˜€

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