Pick of the Click 7 8 & 9…

No. 7…

I chose this photo, not because it is good technically, but because it shows the emotion of the day. We were saying farewell to a family at the yacht club and Josh, who was leaving, was finding the “good-byes” very difficult.

No. 8…

I am starting to develop and use my own textures when editing my photos. The texture was made using a photo of a concrete retaining wall.

No. 9…

Water play.

Pick of the Click 4…

This is taken at the same location as my first Pick Of The Click, but this time the snow had disappeared. I still find the different angles of the gravestones interesting. I also love the textures of the stonework.

Do you ever walk around a graveyard, especially one where the graves are hundreds of years old, and wonder about the people buried there? What were they like? What were their lives like? Sometimes you get a glimpse into their lives…father/mother. husband/wife, son/daughter. From the dates you find out how old (or young) they were. There must be some fascinating stories there.

Pick of the Click 3…

These broken, leaning posts caught my eye on my walk the other day. I wonder how long they had been standing there and how long it took for them to start breaking and leaning over.

Whilst looking at the photo the following scripture verse came to mind…

Proverbs 3:5-6 Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to him, and he will make your paths straight.



Pick Of The Click 2…

I thought it would be nice to set myself a task of choosing my “Pick of the Click” each week. It is less demanding than trying to take a photo every day, though that would be good! Having already started last week with a photo that was taken in December and being a bit behind already, I am not going to be strict with myself about only choosing a photo taken during the week prior to the post. However, I will endeavour to take several photos each week and choose from those…hmm…we will see…

I have posted this photo before, but it is one of my favourites from the first week of the year. I used a different action for editing the picture, so it is not exactly the same ๐Ÿ˜‰

I wonder who this lady is, who carved her and why were they inspired to carve her. She looks eternally young, but time is rather wearing her out…