Tuesday Photo Challenge – Round Up 48

Wonderful curvature!

The 48th episode of our weekly challenge dared threw you a curve ball and you responded with creativity that simply blew away the entire Curve!  It was a blast reading all of you entries!!

Your entries were very creative in that you approached multiple aspects of curves, ranging from the curveball to the use of curves in architecture and Nature.  There was no shortage of great images and posts!  Thank you very much for all your great contributions!

Sometimes, when we encounter a curve, we need to come to a full stop…

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Full Stop

This was something that caught my eye while walking, particularly since this sign was sitting along the road that runs past a parking lot without any intersection nearby…

The following were this week’s participants in the challenge with links to their posts:

  • Mac serves up a side of cars in her post in Southern By Design, highlighting some great curves!
  • Cee found some curves in great places in her post in Cee’s Photography.
  • In her post in lifelessons, Judy finds us some great curves of all sorts!  Judy found a cache of great images that inspired a second post in lifelessons!
  • Miriam brings us the curves of Fort Macon in her entry in The Showers of Blessing.
  •  LadyLeeManilla shows of curves ranging from architecture to Nature’s finest in her entry.
  • The contribution in bushboys world brings up a great set of images from Nature that provide interesting curvature.
  • Candace shows of a really interesting angle that presents curvature and flame in her post in Netdancer’s Musings.
  • food & film is a very cool blog and this week’s contribution to the challenge is stunning!
  • Travel with Intent brings a fantastic view of architectural curves!
  • Ranjeeta’s post in Atrangizindagieksafar provides us with a view of curves ranging from parachutes to delicious cake!
  • Alfaazmeredilse shows off curves around the house and the road well traveled!
  • pensitivity101 brings out some classic cars with their curves!
  • Judith’s post in Nature Knows Best presents us with lots of great curves in architecture!
  • Steve finds inspiration in his family in the curves that he photographs in his entry in A Bum Without A Beach.
  • Debbie brings us a pair of wonderful posts this week; the first brings us a wonderful poem from the labyrinth in ForgivingConnects and the second one is about being a Peace Ambassador ForgivingConnects.
  • Miriam’s post in her blog Out an’ About tells us about the curves that we have to traverse in life and has fantastic photography, as well as juggling instructions.
  • Khürt’s post in Island in the Net provides us with stunning image of architectural arches, as well as great advice from another photographer about what makes a good photo.
  • wHakAahUa shows us images of wonderful paper light fixtures, as well as a cake that is amazing!
  • Xenia’s entry in WhippetWisdom has a great haiku and stunning images of those great whippets having fun!
  • Leaking Ink fell in love with her curves and shows off some of those great curves on geese.
  • Bullyboy brings us some cool curves in his post in Travel387.
  • Andrea has an interesting view of curves in her post in ARHtistic License!
  • Ron finds some cool swans in his post in Progressing into Solitude, along with several other curves!

This is another great set of images, posts and participation!  Thanks to each of you for taking the time and being creative!  Tomorrow we’re on to another week…

Tuesday Photo Challenge – Curve

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Welcome to Week 48 of the Tuesday Photo Challenge. I had a lot of fun reading all your entries for last week’s challenge of Bloom, which was filled with beauty from all over the world.

This week, I’m going into a bit of a different direction.  Since today is Pi day (3/14), I thought that something that relates to Pi might be appropriate.  Hence, your challenge theme this week is Curve.  Curves are everywhere in the world around us, from leading curves in a great landscape to the beautiful curves of a car.

As always, feel free to be creative in your interpretation of the theme, and be sure to put your best effort into creating something evocative in your images.  There should be plenty of curves all around for you to capture and present in a novel way.

A bit of curvature to get you going….

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’55 Chevy Bel Air

This image came from a day at a car show, when I was struck by the hood ornament and the various shades of blue coming together.  I thought it would be nice for the jet to be flying through the sky!

The full rules of this challenge are in TPC Guidelines, but here’s the tl;dr:

  • Write a post with an image for this week’s topic
  • Please tag your post with fpj-photo-challenge (if you’re not sure about how tags work, please check out this WordPress article about tagging posts)
  • 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)!!

I’m very much looking forward to seeing all the curves that will show up this week!  Have a great week and enjoy!