Next Tuesday, 4th December, is our last Photographic Meet Up for 2018
It has been a great year. I have loved seeing what each of you make of the prompt each month. Thank you so much to all who have joined in this year and shared your fabulous entries.
On 6th November I was travelling and I forgot to tell you about my plans for next year, so here goes…..
The photo below is a clue
The challenge will still become live on the first Tuesday of each Month and remain open for entries until the following month.
My cunning plan for 2019 is to have just one subject for the whole year.
A chance to get creative, inventive and to look out for interesting and quirky aspects of. ………..
Can you guess what our one word prompt for the year will be?
Yes of course …
(Cathy I’m sure you recognize the last one from our day in Whitby – we forgot about going in there on the way back, drat!)
We start on Tuesday, 1st January – New Year’s Day! Which might not be a day when you want to think about blogging and photography but remember the challenge is open for the whole month so pop in any time and leave your link in the comments.
I’m off to find some GLITZ.
Hi there! and Welcome to our Photographic Monthly Meet-Up, held on the first Tuesday of each month. The prompt for this month is FLAKE.
A favourite terracotta vessel I painted a few years ago is flaking nicely
The next 4 photos were taken of flaking paint on beach huts at Church Ope Cove on Portland
I would love to be able to do a colour analysis of this photos – to me they would all make wonderful colour palettes for a crochet blanket, or a knitted Fairisle jumper.
If you know of a free website or app that would pick out the colours for me I’d love to have the link.
The next two photos were taken on the island of La Gomera in January 2008
Nearly good enough as a piece of art to hang on the wall:
Last week I went for a visit to Tyneham and Worbarrow with my daughter and her children – one of our favourite destinations for a summer’s day.
The children are fascinated by the ruined buildings and the old school room
The door to the School and its window fit the theme
Then on to the barn where there is an old theatre, with flaking scenery paint on the barn wall
Click on any picture to see it in more detail.
I have gone for flaking paint but I’m looking forward to seeing where the prompt has taken you.
All entries are welcome, both archive and current, just leave a link in the comments below any time up until next month’s prompt kicks in.
Next month’s prompt is
Here we are again. Helloooooo! How has your photographic month been? I’ve had a great time in the recent snow and ice, in the delightful village of Branscombe, Devon. I stayed in a little self-catering flat, called Nestlecombe, in the Square that I have no hesitation in recommending.
In the bitter cold wind I went down to the beach to see if I could get some inspiration for our subject this month. I do love to see stone-balancing, and you can see some beautiful examples if you look at the Genteel Giant’s photographs on Instagram. My sisters met him on Newgale beach when we were staying there in January, I was back at the holiday let crocheting at the time, so didn’t get to see him, but love his work.
It was far too windy to try stone balancing but I played around with scale a bit.
The sea was scarily fierce and with the tide coming in, it nearly caught me out whilst I was picking up the plastics on the strand line (hence the poem)
I tried in vain to catch the power and the scale – the pictures look tame in comparison with the experience.
We are such tiny creatures who do well to respect nature’s power
death is only a trip away
Please leave a link to your photos of SCALE in the comments below. Can’t wait to see them!
You can see the whole year of subjects on my Photo Challenge Page.
Next month’s subject is
Posted in Photo Challenge, stone
Tagged Branscombe Beach, Jurassic Coast, March 2018, Monthly Meet-Up, Monthly Photo Challenge, photo challenge, poem, poetry, power of nature, stone balancing, stormy sea, waves
On the first Tuesday of each month, let’s meet up with a link or links to current or archive photographs and/or blog posts on a theme. Enter as many photos and links as you like as long as they fit the one word subject. Obscure and creative thinking welcomed!
Our theme tomorrow is
to warm us up in one of the coldest months of the year in this Northern hemisphere
and here are the rest of the prompts for the year ahead
The link below is to a PDF for you to download if you would like to.
Many thanks to Cathy, Karina and Valerie for suggesting some of themes
The One-a-Week Photo Challenge 2017 is coming to an end.
A brief peek at some of my entries this year
sea at Mwnt Beach
Cathy and I have really enjoyed hosting the One-a-Week Photo Challenge.
Thank you so much to all of you who have posted Photos, we really are a happy band of snappers and come up with such wonderfully diverse responses to the challenge prompts. What a joy it has been to see the range and creative thinking each month.
Cathy and I have been chatting behind the scenes and have decided that each of us will branch out in different directions for 2018.
I will be hosting a Photo Monthly Meet Up and I would love it if you would like to join me in choosing the themes for the months.
On the first Tuesday of the month, I invite you to meet up with a link or links to current or archive blog posts on a theme. Enter as many photos and links as you like as long as they fit the one word subject. Obscure and creative thinking welcomed!
I have provided the themes for the first two months to get us started, but after that it would be so great if you would like to throw in ideas for future monthly themes.
Please send me your ideas so that we can have the 12 words with us as we go happily clicking and snapping into 2018.
Leave your one word themes in the comments or send me a private message via the Contact Me page. Tell me which month your word is for or leave it to me to choose.
Our prompt words for the first two months are ………
January: Sparkle February: Warm