WeeklyPhoto Challenge: Afloat

MMMhh not so easy because I added a  great (in my opinion) floaty picture to last weeks challenge (Blur) as an extra and when I got the mail for this week, I was like: “OOhhh nooooo, I used mine already!”.

But I’m over that now lol. You can read about the challenge here: Afloat.

The first picture is part of a painting I own, painted by a sweet friend as a weddinggift. The marriage is a distant memory, but the waterlilies are still happily afloat in my livingroom….

The second picture brings us to the fountain, where the water gets shot up, keeps ascending to a certain point and then stays afloat in the wind, just for a while.

And the third photo I took some time ago when the sight of a sunny lemon afloat in my tea on a grey day made me feel a lot chirpier!

By Toshi

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Blur


Below you will find the blurred version of the picture.
If you want you can take a minute to think about what it is.

Any idea?

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Above you’re looking at the sharp picture, maybe you can see what it is now? It still looks quite different from it’s original state. It’s a “dried” fig in water kefir :-).

It’s sugars feed the kefir grains so that in return they can produce healthy probiotics. I think it looks quite funky, floaty, foggy and extra terrestrial, that’s why I did a little extra collage below.

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Horizon

Horizon

The St. Petersburg (Florida) downtown horizon, as seen from it’s Pier

Weekly Photo Challenge: The Hue of You

This is a self-portrait that I edited a while ago.

I was just having fun, playing around with it and in the end I thought the brown/black hue fit perfectly with the statuesque or quite haughty (as some might find) pose.

What this reveals about me, is how I am perceived by some people…until they take a chance on getting to know me better ;-).

 

The hue of me

Weekly Photo Challenge: Renewal

I took this week’s challenge quite literal, but I tried not to fall into a cliché either.

So no, these aren’t little garlic cloves, in case you are wondering what the heck they are. These are my son’s cute little milk-teeth and I think they are a great example of renewal. They remind me of the constant state of renewal our bodies are in…our hair, skin, nails, bones etc. regenerate constantly and that is SO amazing!

I only wish that Mother Nature would have thought of providing a new set of sparkling new teeth every 20 years or so, but I guess it was impossible to foresee that at one point in time humans would basically last forever. 😉

 

Out with the old, time to renew…

 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Geometry

I can’t say this was an easy challenge for me, my initial response was:” Uughh noooo”. But after that first bout of enthusiasm I enjoyed the process of trying to open up to it and I started to use my eyes in an unfamiliar way. Anything too “logic or mathematical” scares me somehow, maybe because it can come across as stern and hard, but I have to rethink that now (well trying anyway). So thanks for the challenge, it definitely challenged me!

Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign

Just the other day I wanted to take a quick look at the manual for the new flippers I bought. Guess I was lucky there isn’t much to understand about them…

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