CFFC: Roofs of any kind

On the tower there is a roof but on the rest of the castle there is no roof after the wear and tear of time.
My entry for CFFC: Roofs of any kind

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 84 – Narrow

A narrow stream flows through the forest.
My entry for Lens-Artists Photo Challenge- Narrow

Lens-Artist Photo Challenge # 83 – Future

The next generation may find the light in the tunnel in the future.
My Entry for Lens- Artists Photo Challenge# 83 – Future

CB&W: Any kind geometric shape

At this old cottage we find several geometric shapes such as square, rectangle, triangle and circle.
My entry to CB&W: Any kind geometric shape

CB&W: All sort of signs

A road sign next to a bay with its small fisherman’s cottages,
This and the following pictures are my contribution to CB&W: All sort of signs

This house is called the last drink. To the right of the door is a sign, more about this in the next picture.
The text on the sign reads as follows.
“The house was built about 1760 and was a pharmacy laboratory for a long time.
According to an old but uncertain tradition the death row on their way to the execution here has been invited one last drink”
Today there is an ice cream café in the house called the last drink.
Some newer signs.

Lens-Artists Photo Challenge # 80- Leading lines

My contribution to the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #80-Leading lines.
I find myself feeling like I’m being dragged into the image of the lines in it.
Can you also feel it?
Another picture with leading lines.

The Hedgecoe projects: structures in the image

Next project is structures in the image. Here I try to convey the feeling of the structure of the house façade where we live.

The Hedgecoe projects: To convey a third dimension

An image is two-dimensional, but through the lighting you can create a depth feeling. Here I used a dim light through the window one overcast day.

Lens-Artist PhotoChallenge #79: A window with a view

My first entry to Lens-Artists PhotoChallenge with the topic A window with a view. Picture taken at Edinburgh Castle.

The Hedgecoe projects: silhouette

I looked in an old favorite book I received from my father (Complete guide to Photography by John Hedgecoe) and was inspired to go through all the photography projects of the book again.
The first is about the importance of the form to the image and to take a silhouette picture.

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