Welcome to week 203 of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
I figured that after all that rather fine Junk of the past week, it might be time to get on the Scale (for me, at least). Thank you to Robert for inspiring this theme, as the junk scale left a guiding trace within my mind… Of course, we can do more than weigh with this theme, as we might use it to indicate the scale of things, or maybe some HO or N scale for model train fans… Even an occasional fish scale! It’s your choice and your imagination that will guide you along a path of fun and exciting imagery!
So, don’t scale back and go big to have a lot of fun with this one! I’m very much looking forward to what you might generate this week!
Here’s a bit of an indication of scale…
This image of the Old Stone Church in West Boylston goes back to 2004 and my first Canon digital camera, the EOS 10D; digital camera technology has come a long way since then, but it was a lot of fun to re-edit this image using Luminar 4 and finishing touches in Photoshop. As I did this quick edit on my laptop, I want to take a closer look on my desktop system and will likely redo it… it’s just not 100% what I want yet…
The full rules of this challenge are in TPC Guidelines, but here’s the tl;dr:
Create a pingback link to this post, so that I can create a post showing all of the submissions over the week (note: pingbacks may not appear immediately, as my site is set up to require approval for linking to it; helps against previous bad experiences with spamming)
Have fun creating something new (or sharing something old)!!
May the scales of fortune tip in your favor this week and inspire you to create something extraordinary!
Welcome to the 144th round up of the Tuesday Photo Challenge!
You certainly made Bank this week, despite the confusion that I started by not catching that the post title update didn’t take… My apologies for that! As a result of this theme, your entries ranged from memory banks to savings banks and plenty of river banks! Your creativity was phenomenal, both in your photography and your writings.
Thank you very much for providing me with another week of wonderful reading, which I enjoy immensely!
It’s often worth the risk to get to the other bank….
This shot is from 2013, when my wife and I visited Scotland. This is in the lovely city of Inverness, as I just had to capture the church’s reflection in the water. We visited the other bank, so I can attest that this bridge has significant wobble, particularly as you get close to the center!
The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:
Starting this week’s entries with a gorgeous photo in Une Photo, un Poéme, Nicole goes with the flow!
Charles covered his bases in charlesewaugh, as his excellent photo contains both flow and bank!
This week, pensivity101‘s post has a great variety of photos from the days on the water with that magnificent boat!
Ladyleemanila always brings some wonderful images in her posts, as we get coverage from snow banks to the banks of the Danube!
In Don’t Hold Your Breath, we are treated to another amazing trip through Shanghai that gives me the feeling of being there!
Na’ama’s poem in Na’ama Yehuda brings us to something that we all want to be able to bank on: Peace!
With another wonderful photo in Chateaux des Fleurs, we are on the bank of an exotic location; I wonder where it is!
Sandy brings us a truly lovely photo in her post in Out of my Write Mind, and her poem tops even that!
Xenia takes us along for a walk with Eivor and Pearl in her blog WhippetWisdom, and the trail is amazing! In her second post in Tranature, we spend some quiet time with the seagulls by the bank of the river.
Robert shares some amazing photos in Photo Roberts Blog, expertly capturing life among the banks!
In a great post in Another LQQK, we can put our money in the bank, protected by a bear!