weekly photo challenge : lost in the details

Here are my selections for the weekly photo challenge, which is always fun to take part in. If you haven’t tried it, you should. You can go out and photograph something specifically for the challenge, or spend time going through your photo library to see what works. I like going through my photos on Friday evening so I can post every Saturday morning. What does that tell you about my exciting night life?

I’ve selected a detail shot of a butterfly (or moth or whatever – let’s not get technical) as well as a detail from a 26.5 meter parabolic antenna at the Dominion Radio Astrophysical Observatory at White Lake, British Columbia. Gee, maybe I should save these photos for when there is a photo challenge for antenna…

butterfly observatory antenna section

I did take a photo just for the challenge. This is a shot of the soy milk residue and the remnants of my latte. There are hundreds of people who respond to the photo challenge, but I’m willing to bet this is the only photo like this. You can see the reflection of the parabolic louvers of the overhead lighting in my studio. I like it, but I am easily amused.

coffee remnants

 

24 thoughts on “weekly photo challenge : lost in the details

  1. I absolutely love the last shot!

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    1. Thanks! Who knew coffee remants could be so pretty, right?

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  2. Wow – fabulous photos!

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  3. Love the butterfly image!! Thank you for sharing all the images.

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  4. You’re the first blogger that I’ve seen to do non-nature details. Very nice, by the way.

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  5. These are really wonderful photos. YOu have a great eye and a steady hand!

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    1. Thanks, Naomi, but I have to give some credit to my cameras. I’m so impressed with the great technology available to us today!

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  7. I remember the observatory in it’s other worldly setting. I remember the first sight of it as we came through that arid landscape – truly bizarre, so unexpected. Thanks for keeping your eyes wide open and recording the world along the way…

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    1. Thanks, Catherine. I would have liked more of a close up for better detail, but as I recall we weren’t allowed to climb!

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  8. Like the one of the butterfly – they are so difficult to capture.

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    1. Thanks, Colline. This one was particularly well behaved.

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  9. I love the last one! That is the kiond of thing that makes me want to write a story. Milk,,,

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    1. An epic in the making no doubt! Feel free to use my inspiration.

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