The visual balance, symmetry and rhythm at this spot created a perfect moment on one morning’s walk.
Taken at the Historic Columbia Gorge Hotel in Hood River, Oregon.
(adjective) Additional to what is required for ordinary use.
(adjective) Elegantly simple.
(verb) To refrain from harming.
For this week’s photo challenge, I’m going with the second definition, elegantly simple. This is an outside sculpture at The Old Mill Center in Bend, Oregon. The scope, the shape, and the scale make this a stunning work.
Wild daisies, with open, trusting faces, dance freely in coastal breezes – jubilant.
The best colour in the whole world is the one that looks good on you. ~Coco Chanel
featuring photos from unsplash.com.
After finishing a sweater last night, I gave it a good long soak to relax the fibers. So thrilled to have it done! And it fit so well with the theme of the weekly challenge that I had to share it: Abstract 3.
I love how the play of color, reflection, light and shadow create an abstract image. Taken at the Salmon River in Oregon.
Here’s my contribution to this week’s photo challenge, Abstract. Taken in downtown Salem.
This week, turn the concrete and familiar into something new and mysterious.
~ Ben Huberman, The Daily Post
I love this week’s challenge!
While on a long walk at Cannon Beach, I came upon a seagull obviously enjoying a delectable dinner.
I was curious to check out the main course…
…and was dreaming of cioppino as I left him to finish his meal.