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Last photo of July with lens trouble

Yesterday I remembered that it was the last day of the month so I made sure that my last couple of photos make a good piece of evidence of my lens trouble. This is something that has been happening more and more often. Have a look at my penultimate and last July photo: By theContinue reading “Last photo of July with lens trouble”

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Lens-Artists PC: Shadow heroes

Where I live there is a little park. I needed a while but then I realised what is strange about it: there is not a single bench. But there are tall pine trees that cast great shadows. I’m not a fan of black and photo photos (mine, that is) but I thought this photo ofContinue reading “Lens-Artists PC: Shadow heroes”

Day 12 & Lens-Artists PC: Bokeh

Today’s poem and photos go together especially well, since the poem describes the process of achieving my first deliberate bokeh. Still can’t pronounced it though. I shall describe and show the process first and my poem will follow. Be patient, please. First I saw our host Sofia’s post. Her photos have lovely blurred backgrounds –Continue reading “Day 12 & Lens-Artists PC: Bokeh”

Day One & Friendly Friday frames

Just like my English, my photography is that little bit wrong. And that’s what saves me. Damn! I just realised that after eight years and six free blogs, WordPress has reduced my free upload space from 3 GB to 500 MB! Thanks for nothing!! I started this blog in August and am at 100% already.Continue reading “Day One & Friendly Friday frames”

Lens-Artists PC: Curvy stairs

Here is a collection of my more or less curvy staircases from Rome, Slovenia and the curviest garden of all times right here in Tuscany. I was happy to see Leya’s theme for this week’s Lens-Artists photo challenge. Curves are dear and near to my heart. When I saw Sofia’s lovely staircase in her postContinue reading “Lens-Artists PC: Curvy stairs”

Lens Artists PC: Closer and closer

Since Patti wishes that we step closer, this is what I or my camera will do in this post seven times. These photos have something in common: they were all taken last March just around the corner. This is the third post with photos from that month. Who would have thought that one quarantine monthContinue reading “Lens Artists PC: Closer and closer”

Pic and a Word #304: Transition

I’m happy to bring you fresh spring images from yesterday. It’s colder than it looks though. Waiting for warm peace (expression by Slavoj Žižek). Transition From will to do from has to been from fire to flood from calm to storm from winter to spring from defeat to victory from pandemic to war from coldContinue reading “Pic and a Word #304: Transition”

Friendly Friday serenity search

Here is my Friendly Friday serenity which only a carefully worded post can ruffle. Is it true? Do I refuse to choose? Yes, I have found my serenity, no search required. You can see it regularly in the photos on my blog and in this post. At least I hope this is what my photosContinue reading “Friendly Friday serenity search”

Lens-Artists PC: Low light x3

When I first saw this week’s theme, set by our new host Sofia, I grumbled a little on the inside. Low light is when I put my camera away. But then I had an idea… First a quick note, for those who are counting: Today Slovenia won silver in ski-jumping team event! This is medalContinue reading “Lens-Artists PC: Low light x3”

Friendly Friday rule of thirds

My first reaction was to rebel. Then I wished to obey and make my photos really nail the rule of thirds. And then I thought: But why? These are the first three photos that I chose for this post. Then the obedience phase set it. Here is a rose as taken + cropped horizontally +Continue reading “Friendly Friday rule of thirds”