Viking Sky

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #124: Then and Now

Oh, what a difference a year makes! In this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, Amy invites us to share what we were doing “then” as opposed to what we are involved with “now.” And it probably goes without saying that pre-pandemic days, especially around a holiday as notable as Thanksgiving, are very different “now.” One year […]

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Dining on the sidewalk in Naples, Italy

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #118: Communication

This week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge had me thinking. Do we only communicate with others by talking head to head, squeezing in words whenever we can as people we saw in Naples, Italy, (above photo) were doing? Is talking aloud the only way we share our thoughts with others? Or is there communication in silence as […]

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Bridge in Village of Somesville, Maine

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #116: Symmetry

The desire for symmetry, for balance, for rhythm in form as well as in sound, is one of the most inveterate of human instincts. Edith Wharton As I read Patti’s lead post for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #116: Symmetry, I couldn’t help but agree with her: Symmetry IS a powerful tool to create dramatic […]

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Field at Gettysburg

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #115: Inspiration

Inspiration and motivation may come from others, but true inspiration comes from within. Catherine Pulsifer Drawing inspiration from others is easy; it’s doing something with that inspiration that can sometimes be the sticking point. So, when I read Tina’s choice for this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Inspiration, I considered the many people, events, and places […]

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