…crawly. There’s someone lurking behind the leaf.
You can see more creepy (but maybe not crawly entries here).
Regardless of your religion, most people see an image of the Buddha as a symbol of Peace. This Buddha recently visited my town as part of the Universal Peace Project.
When I posted it on my Facebook page, one of my friends commented that her parents had gone to see it…and I know they are devout Catholics. It certainly was a beautiful sight.
The week for the “intricate” challenge has come and gone, but after a beautiful nature walk over the weekend, surrounded by buds, I decided I still wanted to post on the theme.
Nature produces intricate works every day, the most elaborate of which, to me, are tree blossoms:
And so man tries his own hand at “intricate”…
But man and nature sometimes work (unintentionally) together, and nature transforms man’s work into something more intricate:
Now that I think about it, this works for last week’s challenge as well: forces of nature. Nature’s force is sometimes just steady and relentless…I’d say the last photo shows what a little steady constant “force” can do.
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I missed last week’s photo challenge: blur, so I wanted to participate this week.
Yesterday I went out for a walk to my favorite local pond. I had my regular lens on my camera, good for taking flowers along the way.
When I got to the pond, I watched a single goose fly over my head and land in the pond. That goose was immediately chased by a single swan. I captured these photos as best I could with my regular lens. No time to change lenses. Boy, did I wish I had my zoom lens on the camera at that moment!
Last week I did have my zoom lens. From a distance, I watched a dog playing at the beach…such joy!
You can see more Motion captured here!