From a plethora of patterns to a lot of lines – Cheri @ WordPress challenges us to “grab your camera, get outside, and snap a great shot of shapes or lines that you stumble upon, or a cool texture or pattern that catches your eye.”
And, if you’re up for the challenge, she suggests that we do a “tiled gallery”. Well, I’m up for it!
Handbag at Barnes and Noble
Wooden place mat
American (and POW) Flag – Brigantine Library
Deck and railings at in Brigantine
Chair – shop in Lambertville, PA
Gate – shop in New Hope, PA
Parking lines for cars with kids
Wooden deck with chairs
No Access sign on seawall due to Hurricane Sandy damage
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F IS FOR FFFLAG!
Having been a teacher, I don’t know why it took me so long to join in the FrizzText A-Z Photo Challenge. Of course I didn’t graduate college and become a teacher til I was 51. Now if that doesn’t make me a procrastinator! So, as is my M.O., I’m late and coming in on the F’s and I’m not sure I’ll make it to all the challenges (also my M.O), but here’s my FFF’s – and I know I’m being obvious, but I’m coming in with FLAG!
This beautiful property down the road a piece from our shore house is flanked with miniature flags. Then, last night, we were taken by surprise when we went into town back home, and they were holding a National Nite Out in Collingswood. The flag was not so miniature there. Appropo though. No?
Well, that was FUN! Now, make your way over to FrizzText blog by clicking here and see more of his challenge. And for an extra treat, you can listen to Frizz and his magical guitar on SoundCloud while you’re perusing.
Next stop, Sonel’s Corner and a new challenge – for me. Black and White photos. I think B&W is tricky. Some things work with it and some don’t. I’m going to take a shot at it and see where it leads me. Worst that could happen, people will not agree with my choices. Best that could happen, I might learn something. (And THAT’S a good thing!).
I hope Sonel doesn’t mind me joining in. She seems really nice, so I’m thinking she will welcome me with open arms. OK maybe not open arms, but I don’t think she’ll shut the proverbial door in my face.
Please feel free to comment and help (be kind!)
The bumpy texture of an alleyway in Old Town Alexandria, VA
A ripply walk on Brigantine Beach, NJ
Prickly cactus and rough shells on my kitchen table
Shells resting on the seat of our deck chairs
More white than black, but it’s there. Take a guess…
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Everyone, please. Take your seats.
This week, Cee is asking for a selection of seatings. I stuck close to home today with my collection, except for the last shot, which was taken at a mini-mall in Cape May, NJ. It just looked like a comfortable place for someone, who’s not into malling, to sit and wait while the true shopper digs in.
Oh, and a special note to my friend Dawn, at Lingeringvisions. Yes, darlin’, there is wine in them thar drawers :-).
Welcome to my humble home…
A quick click on the icon below will get you to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge. There’s extra seating there.
Thanks for stopping by. It’s always good seeing you.
In keeping with this week’s challenge, here are a few “Which Ways” I’ve come across. What’s your preference? Which way would you choose?
By water – outside the Oyster Creek Inn located in Leeds Point, NJ on the Great Bay
Walkway – Cape May-Lewes Ferry. Cape May, NJ
Exit, stage left… Leaving Stone Harbor, NJ 😦
Walkway – Smithville Village, Smithville, NJ
Heading into Brigantine, NJ
on foot… Brigantine Beach, NJ
Click on the icon and find your way to Cee’s challenge.
Thank you for visiting. It’s always good “seeing” you.
I knew when I read the word “bay” that I was going to really find this challenge to be a true challenge. These shots are all captured in Brigantine, NJ and are apparently the only “bay” shots I have. Still, I hope you enjoy, and I hope I have done Jake’s challenge, @ jakesprinters, some justice.
Steelman Bay – been blogged already, but I like the chairs 🙂
Steelman Bay – rebuilding a dock after Hurrican Sandy
Presidential motorcade heading over the Brigantine Bridge over the Absecon Channel/Absecon Bay
Steelman Bay – the calm after the storm
Pirate on a good day – Steelman Bay
Pirate on a not so good day – Steelman Bay
Pirate after having gone down for the third time, after Hurricane Sandy – Steelman Bay
Sunset on Steelman Bay (night photo taken with iPhone and we all know about iPhones and night shots) 😦
Click on the icon below to get to Jake’s blog. He is amazing and so are the entries for his “Bay” challenge this week.
THANKS FOR VISITING!
Without having read some of the other entries to Ailsa‘s challenge at wheresmybackpack?, I don’t think I would have known where to go with this. I googled “leading lines” (thank you, Google) and looked at some other blogs. Learning all the time. That’s my goal. Photography 101. Thank you, Ailsa!
STONE HARBOR, NJ – LEADING TO THE OCEAN – AT THE END OF 96TH STREET
BRIGANTINE, NJ – 12TH STREET – LEADING TO ATLANTIC CITY
OUTSIDE OF BEAUFORT, SOUTH CAROLINA – LEADING TO FRIPP ISLAND
NUTLEY, NJ – GLENDALE CEMETERY – LEADING TO ?
I hope I got this right, otherwise, I started my own challenge 🙂
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