My internet connection crapped out yesterday so I spent several hours staring at the ugly green shirts of my ISP instead of concentrating on this challenge. As a result my photo isn’t that great. If I had the chance, however, I would return to this pile of books in St Peter & St Paul’s Catholic Church in Singapore and take the photo during the day. It was an interesting stack of musty books. I just wish I could have done it justice.
Archive for the ‘Objects’ Category
I accidentally skipped this one, buy Day 16′s word is ‘toys’ – and I am lucky enough to have my own share of them.
I decided to do this as a diptych. Normally this would be two framed images side-by-side, however modern photography and software gives us a little bit more leeway in that we can put a combination of images together, either separated by a frame or not, to tell a story.
Here are some of my toys. My camera, my iPhone (represented by the Apple symbol – I was using my iPhone to take the photos), my MacBook Air, and my Logitech Remote (I use this to control the cable TV box, the TV and the stereo). I’m a lucky girl!!
Other Peoples’ Toys
Time for toy-envy! Enjoy!
Day 11 in the Blessed Beyond Words 30-Day Photo Challenge has ‘Household Item’ as the challenge topic. I work from home, so it was relatively easy for me to prowl around the apartment to get a photo, but not as easy to try and take something truly unique.
As usual, I turned to Flickr for some inspiration.
Photos of Household Items
Here are some samples of some household items that I found on Flickr.
My ‘Household Item’
I love photos of shoes – they are interesting, are available in incredible variety, and they go places!!! Enjoy!
Great spiral image.
This one reminds me of the Golden Mean and the rule of thirds.
Enjoy your week!
Killing 2 birds with one stone here – this is a television used to advertise the local pasta place near my home. Photo taken and edited completely on my Nokia N86 8MP for both the 2009 Photo Challenge and the November Challenge 2009!
Busy day, so sometimes you have to take the shots where you can find them!
This month’s challenge is to take photos with our camera phones – with no editing off the phone. Some of my challenge counterparts who have an iPhone will probably have the advantage on me with photo editing capability, but I think my Nokia N86 takes some pretty neat snaps.
The lock at my MIL’s place. Taken with my Nokia N86 8MP. I was seeing what I could do with the present scene settings and DoF.