For this weeks PhotoFriday, “Beach,” I went all the way back to my first visit to San Francisco, with this image of Baker Beach. You can see the famous Bay Area fog and — if you expect all of California to be as warm as LA — lots of overdressed people.
Please vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Reflections.” I’m entry number 81.
I thought showing the hustle and bustle of a busy area at night would be a good interpretation of the theme “City” — this weeks PhotoFriday theme. Or if not good, at least different from most of the other entries, which seem to be sky-scrapers from a distance(!).
When I think of “Stillness,” this weeks PhotoFriday challenge, I tend to think of a lake; an apparently unmoving body of water. (A lot of the other entries, to my eyes at least, don’t represent “Stillness.” Of course, mine may well miss the mark for them…)
Whatever its merits, this one was taken near Spooner Lake, which is very near Lake Tahoe.
I didn’t have an entry in the last challenge, so there’s no need to vote for me(!).
Incidentally, there was another PhotoFriday challenge with the theme “Stillness.” You can see my previous entry here. Tragically, I nearly used the same image again!
I had images in my mind of gleaming, bright, shiny metals but in the end, I thought this picture of a rusting cannon in Rhodes Town was a better photograph. And a better photograph is what PhotoFriday is all about!
A little late for PhotoFriday perhaps, but here’s my entry for this weeks challenge, “Blur.” I thought July would be a good time to visit Norway and see the sights, but the the weather had other plans…
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Curvy.” I’m entry number 66.
Of course, the person in this boat on Ha Long Bay is far from alone, which means I’m very much faking this weeks PhotoFriday challenge, “Solitude.” But he looks alone and the landscape is empty and beautiful so I think it fits the bill!
Please also vote for my entry in last weeks challenge, “Black and White.” I’m entry number 48.