Michelle W says,
This week, we’d like to see an image that looks dreamy to you. A photo of a place you often visit in dreams. A snapshot of your dreamy boy- or girlfriend. A scene that looks a bit out-of-this world. Take us on a flight of fancy!
So I chose these photos, click for a larger view.
Do you have some dreamy photos? Check here to share them.
Cheri Lucas Rowlands at the Daily Post says,
For this challenge, share an image of a sign: it can be a sign near your home — a comforting sight after a long journey — a sign that doubles as art, or other types of signs that hold meaning for you.
Here are a few signs from my collection.
Join in at http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/signs/
Ben Huberman at WordPress asks us to post a nighttime photo for this weeks challenge. I haven’t really got very many, I’m to lazy to use a tripod and I don’t take my camera out much at night. I did find this one though, taken at a Riad in Marrakech a few years ago.
This weeks Photo Challenge at the Daily Post is Endurance, I’ve chosen this photo because whenever I see these dainty little daisies I’m amazed at how they manage to grow and thrive against all odds. Here they are, in scorching sun, with no soil and any water that falls quickly evaporating in the heat.
But they still endure.
Join in with Krista’s challenge at http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/endurance/
Third Eye Mom is a writer and blogger from Minnesota and this is what she has to say for this weeks photo challenge.
The more I see the world, the more I realize that although people are different, we’re very much the same. We speak different languages, have different cultures, religions, values, and physical traits, yet we all share common hopes and dreams of love, family, and survival.
She’s posted some stunning portraits of people she’s met on her travels. Here are a few of mine, not portraits as such, just people being people in their world.
Can you show humanity as you see it? It would be great if you joined in,
Dialogue is an engaging conversational exchange.
When it comes to photography, dialogue can be perceived as a consensual interaction between two images.
Placed next to each other, each photograph opens up to meanings that weren’t there when viewed alone.
Each composition reveals the photographer’s specific sensitivity to certain content or visual elements.
Says Frederic Biver, an architect and photographer who has created this weeks photo challenge, over at the Daily Post. He has shown some excellent examples of how to interpret this really difficult challenge. But maybe it isn’t difficult for you?
Here is my attempt. If you have these in your house,
then there’s a good chance your family will be mentioned here.
If you can demonstrate a dialogue between images go to http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/dialogue/
But can you tell what it is yet?
Well it’s my response to the weekly photo challenge and you can join in here,
A clue, a personal phobia second to spiders, answers on a post card please.