The challenge this week was to take a picture with as wide an aperture as your equipment would allow. I took quite a few pictures. I think this one was my favorite.
This week’s challenge was #distorted. I really like the way this turned out.
Snapped this picture on a whim and got a great shot.
This week the prompt was transportation. There is a set of railroad tracks not too far from the house. I liked the flare over on the left as well as how the tracks disappear into the distance.
This week’s photo challenge was black and white. I took my nearly 40 year old bass and photographed it from several angles. I really like the way this turned out.
Taken just after sunset, on a day that was muggy. The air was thick all day. Then some showers came through and as the sun set, the clouds broke and God gave us this beautiful picture from our front porch.
Back during the beginning of the pandemic, I had a project called Picture of the Week. I realized how much I missed that, but was lacking the prompts. This week I joined a photo challenge from 52 Frames. This week’s prompt was door. The above picture is a picture of our front door and the church across the street. It was a door that we were not expecting during this year and yet God prompted us to walk through it.
This is a local landmark in Bradford. The Hooker-Fulton Building is an eight-story Art Deco style commercial building in downtown Bradford was constructed in 1931 by the Lawrie and Green, a prominent architectural firm from Harrisburg. I love the Art Deco stylings at the top of the building.