Hi all 😁 Here’s my entry for CB&W Challenge: Things Made from Wood. In case you hadn’t guessed, I’ve been playing with my homemade light box again for the first few pics.Continue reading “Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge: Things Made from Wood”
My entry for Granny Shot It WWE. We’re off to Santa Monica and Malibu, CA, for the next few days (I wish 😁).
Today’s entry for Becky’s #JulySquares challenge. It’s a wet and wild Monday morning up here in Scotland😕, so I though I’d go with bright and cheerful 😁 — Pacific Park on Santa Monica Pier.Continue reading “July 22 — Blue Squares — Blue Backdrop”
In response to twisted I looked at both natural twists & turns and those formed by human hands.
Twists & whorls in wooden decking on Santa Monica Pier 🇺🇸
On the same Santa Monica Pier, there are the twists and turns of the Roller Coaster and the Ferris Wheel.
A basket ball has many twists & turns in the pattern of dots.
Twisted lights formed into a chandalier type thingy.
A ram at Palacerigg Country Park, nr Glasgow 🏴 with its curved horns and twisted fleece.
Fungus on a fallen tree.
Spiral pattern on a hand crafted glass bowl.
Curved lines in architecture. The glass dome almost has a spiral effect when looked at for a while.
Looking past the crazed pattern in the charred wood, the twists and whorls of the wood grain can still be seen.
New fronds growing on a fern tree.
The intricate mechanism of a pocket watch, along with the attached chain.
Braided leather to form the falls of a flogger.
Rope and chains.
Internal workings of flowers.
The curved roof in The Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum, Glasgow 🏴
Twisted Ivy vines on a tree.
Twisted and gnarled trunk of an old oak tree. This particular tree was featured in the film Gregory’s Girl, 1980, a Scottish coming of age film; set in Cumbernauld, nr Glasgow.