This weeks PhotoFriday challenge is “Flowers.” This entry was taken in Cannizzaro Park in Wimbledon.
I’ve taken pictures of things that are more “Curvy” — this weeks PhotoFriday theme — than Tower Bridge, but I’ve used most of them in previous PhotoFriday challenges.
I’m afraid that I didn’t have any pictures of vampires for this weeks PhotoFriday theme, “Twilight.” I had to make do with this image, taken on my iPhone from my back garden. (In fact I do have a couple of other pictures that might match the theme better, but I’ve already used them for PhotoFriday before. I decided to use a new picture instead.)
It’s always hard to pick the best picture for a whole year (“Best of 2013“). How can a single image capture the whole year?
Really I would have to include a picture of my son, as much of the year feels like it’s been chasing after him, trying to stop him fearlessly leaping off tall and dangerous things. But I didn’t feel that any single image captured that.
Instead, this is a quick snapshot taken on my iPhone on the way to work one day. It’s amazing both how far cameras on phones have come in the last fews years (and this isn’t even the latest or greatest any more) and how a bit of luck can have great results.
This weeks PhotoFriday theme is “Constructed.” Unfortunately, while this picture may look appropriate I should probably tell you that I’m cheating. This image is, in fact, of the demolition, the deconstruction, of a car park near where I live.
It’s dark when I get up in the morning and it’s dark when I leave work in the evening. I’m not a huge fan of this time of year… But, it did mean that I was in central London yesterday for a lovely sunset. Sunset, of course, being the traditional segue into “Evening,” which is this weeks PhotoFriday theme.