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‘Camera Lucida’ – Black and Green
Welcome to week #5 of Camera Lucida Photo Challenge 🙂
This week’s theme: ‘Black and Green’
I took these pictures last week and every time I page through my collection of Nature snapshots I stop a bit more and admire the simple but amazing features that our environment can express.
This week’s theme can be anything black and green that captures your attention…might that be a new piece in your wardrobe, your favourite flag, a beautiful plant within your garden that you care for a little bit more than for the rest…or just let your imagination go and play a bit with photoshop 🙂
Your entries should have the colour black and green in the photo…and anything else that inspires you 🙂
I am very excited to see your interpretations of this week’s theme and admire your work at The Gallery!
What will be you B & G?
How to join us?
Follow your host and share each week your own vision of the theme.
Create a new post with the title CAMERA LUCIDA followed by the theme name.
The content of the post is completely down to you, share just the photo or be even more creative and tell us the story behind the scene, make it your own.
Feel free to use the ‘Your Gallery’ badge in your post and link back to the last Camera Lucida challenge or just leave a link to your post in the comment box.
Please upload your entry every week starting from Wednesday to ‘Your Gallery’ which I am hosting through InLinkz, by clicking on the ‘Your Gallery’ badge below.
You will have seven days to introduce your snapshot to everyone.
While visiting the exhibition please stop and appreciate the other artists, share honest feedback and be supportive.
At the end of each challenge I will share with you all the entries which were shown at the gallery and introduce you to their makers.
Contrast between green. The lone survivor of a vicious deer attack, a baby ear I’d corn against green and black granite.
If we are talking green in August, you going to see plants. Graceful papyrus leaves try to camouflage the black grill. The evergreen is a blue spruce but it adds texture like the weeds.
Begonia leaf and rabbit foot fern do they’re best to cover the black pot.
However, someone was making noise. In an effort to include a live animal. Mama the black Manx cat! I should have given her a smaller bill. Look at her! I’m not sure she’s giving it back without a fight. Where’s the catnip?