FOWChallenge-Mist

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While searching for ‘mist’ I was

surprised to find a photo of a cat.

Taken nearly 10 years ago, Misty was a rescue cat

and a nice one at that.

The foggy mist was probably

the thought behind the challenge.

This was taken on June 12 around midday.

I have added a sepia filter and boosted saturation

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Mist

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Lens-Artist-PC-49-Favourite-Things

 

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Some of my favourite things are my cameras.

Cameras, lenses and travel allows me to…

…get up close to wildlife.

They also allow me to capture and keep nature

when she puts on a grand display…

 

 

…and also the not so grand displays.

 

Even foggy mornings can produce good results.

And when Mother Nature is a bit sluggish

getting out of bed, technology has advanced so much

that we can now capture lights prior to daylight.

Finally there are landscapes and many other

subjects to be found everywhere.

And there is also…

…raindrops on roses….

…and whiskers on kittens…

…brown paper packages tied up with strings

🙂 🙂 These are a few of my favourite things.  🙂 🙂

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Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Patti:  Favourite-Things

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Leya:  Favourite-Things

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Amy:  Favourite-Things

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge Tina:  Favourite-Things

 

FOWChallenge-Inherit

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During my lifetime I have heard stories of

my paternal Grandmother’s brother

developing his photos some 70 or 80 years ago. 

I often wonder if my love of,

perhaps not very good, photography

came through the gene pool

or just happened.

Looking back towards Geelong City.

Too cloudy for a decent sunrise on Friday.

 

DC Photography 19

Swing around 180 degrees and we are looking

at North Shore where cargo vessels dock

and take on their loads at

the furthermost lights to the right.

Two peaks just visible are the You Yangs.

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Fandango’s One Word Challenge:  Inherit