This week, Tina has chosen Cold as the subject for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. There was a time, not so long ago, when I would have thought nothing of standing around in the cold capturing images at the nature center. These days it’s almost impossible to convince myself that it’s worth the effort to put on fifty layers of clothing and risk slipping on the ice just for a few pictures, which is why I had to go some way back in the photo files to find these, taken at Spring Valley Nature Center in Schaumburg.
This week, Amy has chosen Waiting as the subject for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. I know very little about horses, but one thing I’ve noticed is that they are very adept at waiting patiently. The definition of ‘patient’ is to be able to accept or tolerate delays, problems or suffering without becoming annoyed or anxious. The definition of ‘waiting’ is the action of staying where one is or delaying action until a particular time or until something else happens. Horses seem to have got this down to a fine art. We humans could learn a thing or two from them.
Places in order of appearance; Wade House in Greenbush, Wisconsin – Fountain Square in Indianapolis, Indiana – Mackinac Island, Michigan – Wausau, Wisconsin – Kline Creek Farm in West Chicago, Illinois – Volkening Heritage Farm in Schaumburg, Illinois (2) – Old World Wisconsin near Eagle, Wisconsin.
This week, Patti has chosen Monochrome as the subject for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. Without the distraction of color (at a very colorful event) I can concentrate on capturing the strength of features and character in the faces. Pictures taken at a local Pow Wow in Elk Grove Village a few years ago.
This week, Tina is asking us to See Double for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. Rainy days and time on my hands due to a gimpy leg has prompted me to resort to more tiddling about on the computer. The first three images are new creations but the last one is something I came up with many years ago that I thought fitted in with this week’s subject.
A random selection of garden lines from the Chicago Botanic Garden for Becky’s Square Lines Challenge.
This week, Amy has chosen Layered as the topic for the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge. I visited the Chicago Botanic Garden yesterday where they were preparing for Night of 1,000 Jack-O’-Lanterns. Peel away the layers of a pumpkin and what do you get? Scroll down to see the result.
Plenty of lines at The Mitchell Park Domes Conservatory in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for Becky’s Square Lines Challenge.