This week Michelle W. at The Daily Post asked us to share a photo capturing a contrast.
I think the street art at a local construction site contrasts with the danger signs on each side.
I love the joyful Tutu (grandmother) blowing bubbles for her carefree grandchild. This was the street art that made me want to explore more of our local wall art.
This week Cheri Lucas Rowlands wants us to share our interpretation of “on the move.”
Whether we realize it or not we are always on the move since the earth is always turning. Yet, it is in the still and quiet moments when we find our true selves. These are also the moments when we may notice and appreciate movement around us.
There is always something on the move at the aquarium.
Jellyfish at Waikiki Aquarium
Clown fish and anemones on the move.
Obviously there are cars on the move on freeways, but not every city has a double-decker duck boat.
Taken from Boston Logan Hilton.
Super Duck on the move in Boston.
I’m always grateful when I capture wildlife on the move.
Chipmunk on the move in Maine.
Egrets on the move in Hawaii.
I’ve always loved fall and I couldn’t resist these contrasting colors when I saw them side by side as some of Hawaii’s trees were losing their leaves last November.
This week for the weekly WordPress photo challenge, Michelle W. inspires us:
A juxtaposition is “the act of placing things side by side, especially for the purpose of comparison or contrast” — …
THIS WEEK, IN A POST CREATED SPECIFICALLY FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO SHOWING JUXTAPOSITION.
IN A NEW POST CREATED FOR THIS CHALLENGE, SHARE A PHOTO WITH AN UNUSUAL POINT OF VIEW.
Ka U’i O Manoa is the rock on the left.
Hawaiian legend says that Ka U’i O Manoa was “The Pretty One of Manoa.” Her spirit is manifested in the rock.
Just before the early afternoon rain.
It created the perfect picture frame.
This week I’m grateful for gentle rain and for this cinder block wall. What about you?
Can’t wait to see what others are sharing this week. Be sure to click on the link to see.