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We're over a quarter into the year now and it's not unusual for any 365er to have had to get a little creative with their photography subjects. For the days when we didn't brave the rain, forgot our cameras or got swept up in the chaos of daily life - we might have reached for any old object and tried... Read more
1) Rainbow by *lynn 2) Egg by TaffyR 3) My Rainbow 2018 by Mona 4) Sunset before the sky turned red. by Diana Ludwigs 5) The Stars Aligned by Milanie 6) Rufous Female Getting the Nest Ready by Jane Pittenger 7) Late Shift by PTP: Past their Prime 8) tousled clouds by Jerome 9) Do I Look Good by tony gig 10) Dance Like No One is Watching... Read more
This week we want you to look out for the patterns and shapes in our day to day life, with this week's theme, repeat. From nature's little miracles, like the rings on a tree trunk or waves in the sea, to modern man-made patterns and structures, like pedestrian crossings or blinds in a window, you'll notice repetition is all around you! Although... Read more
It always amazes us that the earth is over 70% water, and depending on its different forms it can be life-saving or even life-threatening! Water, and other liquids, also make for a great photography subject, which is the inspiration behind this week's theme, fluid. It's a great chance to head outside and enjoy the ocean, lake or river scenery, or you... Read more
1) listening to the silence by Jerome 2) 2018 03 16 - Looking at Lunch by Sarah McKeeman 3) Black Sheep by Jennifer 4) 2018-03-17 Rainbow month "indigo" week N°lll by Mona 5) On the edge of golden pond..... by ~*~ Jo ~*~ 6) Woman With a Parasol - Madame Stoll and Her Husband by Sheralee S 7) Lime by Suzanne 8) oh happy... Read more
We all know that fruit and vegetables are good for us, but it's easy to over look how good they can also be for our photography! Inspired by a seasonal shift in what's 'in' or 'out' of season in the produce isles, we though a 'fiveaday' theme could be a fun challenge. From lining up a rainbow of colourful fruit, to... Read more
1) Infrastructure by TaffyR 2) Goat Faced by Jennifer 3) nature sculpture by Jerome 4) Sometimes They Sit So Patiently by Milanie 5) Mount Cook, New Zealand by Shepherdman's Wife 6) Crystal Trees by Karly 7) Moon In the Morning by *lynn 8) Dublin At Night by Rosie Kerr 9) There is always hope by Suzanne 10) When you believe … by jDM 11) Sunrise on the frozen... Read more
Inspired by the clocks springing forward an hour today (well, in Northern America at least) we wanted to celebrate the brighter evenings with the theme daylight. Whether you're an earlybird and catch the first glimpse of light, or prefer to watch the sun go down, there is a lot of fun to be had with dawn and dusk shots - not... Read more
1) March Is Around The Corner by *lynn 2) Time to Climb by TaffyR 3) evening focus by Jerome 4) Cold Walk Home by Jennifer 5) Ripples of colour...... by ~*~ Jo ~*~ 6) hare by smiffy 7) Sunrise Grasses by Islandgirl 8) kaka? by Shepherdman's Wife 9) Paimpont 2018: Day 63 - If we had a canal here... by Richard Sayer 10)... Read more
Most days we'll find ourselves seeing, hearing or learning about something unbelievable that someone in the world has done. Sometimes it's for bad reasons but a lot of the time it's for something amazing, things that really remind us what it is to be human. This week we want you to feel inspired by the people around you, whether it's your... Read more
1) Frozen Weed Macro by *lynn 2) you feel small in the mountains... by Jerome 3) Glastonbury Tor by PTP: Past their Prime 4) Stripes by Rosie Kerr 5) Color Drops by Gayle 6) 25bFeb by Tracie Broadhead 7) (Day 11) - Yep, Syrup by Chris Johnson 8) Paimpont 2018: Day 55 - Deep in the valley... by Richard Sayer 9) And Jump!! by Pam Knowler 10) Three Forks... Read more
Sometimes the most simple of things can have the biggest impact, and in photography the same can be said about focusing on something in isolation. We want you to focus on finding subjects that stand out from the crowd - whether it's a single object in front of a plain background, a pop of colour in a B&W white image, or... Read more