This Week’s One Word Photo Challenge is Sun, quite frankly at this time of year in Melbourne there isn’t a lot of sun around, but we did find a few small samplings during the week, as weak as it was it was still nice, even by the beach side.
I have to admit I was struggling with this week’s challenge, I have spent all day playing catch up on challenges and stuff, it’s been a busy week. No excuse, just know you’ll all understand. I will leave it at these two for today and try again next week for something a little more challenging.
Week 3 in March for Robyn’s One Four Challenge, I have been promising to to something a bit lighter and brighter; here it is. I would love to tell you exactly HOW I got here, but I do not think I could replicate it………..shame really. I did replace the sky with something brighter and summer fluffy clouds. I also lightened up the exposure and adjusted the whites and blacks, I dropped the clarity right down and brought up the luminosity right up(all in Lightroom), then I added some filters, made a few more adjustments and voila summer lighthouse. A Big change from last two weeks………….I will have to come up with something special for next week!
For this week’s Word of the Week challenge – Raindrop, I have technically cheated, it’s more of a dew drop, than a rain drop, although the below one is a true raindrop, just a little abstract.
One Word Photo Challenge By Jennfier Nichol Wells, this week is Beaver, This week I’ve gone all cute with animals, it was that or coffee. I know the last one is, strictly speaking Otter, but they are kind of Beaver like, if not in color.
This week I have a few different forms of Intricate, for this weeks One Word Challenge. The first one is an intricate pattern of stained glass in this church window. It was beautiful and lit up the whole church. This was taken at the Cathloic Church in Arrowtown, NZ.
This next one is an intricate arch made of timber, it was so beautiful, yet sturdy at the same time. and the sun just peaking through adds a lovely effect too. This is at Museum Gardens at Rotorua, NZ.