Time for a sewing break – time to hit the computer and get a post done! I decided on a couple of interpretations of this week’s theme. The first is my beloved High Level Bridge. I love the look of this bridge from almost any perspective. I love how different it looks in each of these photos. The next photos show a full view of a tile mosaic mural that I created on the side of our house, and then a different perspective of the same mosaic. I designed a couple of small mosaic pieces using mirror to hang on the fence. That way I can enjoy a bit of colour when looking out the kitchen window – especially important in the winter! Be sure to check out other challenge entries here.
Where to begin? I’m a bit obsessed with pattern. I see it everywhere, so the toughest part of this daily post challenge was deciding which photos to include. I’ve never felt I had to limit the number of photos I use, but I’ll try to be reasonable. I’ve selected a few patterns for your enjoyment.
It took me so long to sort out my photos and decide on a few to post for this challenge, that I forgot to put them into a gallery, and now I can’t figure out how to do it without starting over! So, my apologies for the single frame view. Maybe I’ll get more technology savvy in 2013! We can only hope.
I have to admit that I wasn’t thrilled with the theme for this week’s challenge, but not because I don’t take unfocused photos. Mostly I just dislike looking at unfocused photos, frustrated that I messed up a shot! Fortunately I’m in the midst of sorting my photo library, so I didn’t have too much trouble finding a few photos. I was also outside taking pictures of the giant size moon, and I got a nice unfocused shot of downtown. Lucky me!
It’s tough when you travel and miss a clear shot, especially if you can’t go back to try again. Photoshop has developed software that can capture focus that you miss, but that won’t be available to consumers for a couple of years. Until then, I guess we take our chances.