Photography Challenge - Let the Light Through
Big thanks to Adele, Sheila, Bev and Gail for this week's bumper gallery.
It's hard to know where to start with so many fab photos. But here's something we haven't seen before on the blog, a lizard, spotted by Sheila at the river's edge at Speke. This is a really nice shot; how it's divided into green and brown, the different shapes and textures and the way that wild barley (I think) is pointing to the lizard.
And another wildlife find by Sheila - and in case you haven't seen one of these before, it's one of the larval stages of a ladybird.
Still on the wildlife theme - two beautiful creatures from Bev (left) and Gail (right).
Meanwhile Adele recently took a walk at Otterspool and found these stunning wildflower areas.
And happy to say that once again we have some bird photos from Gail; a male stonechat, a female skylark and a long tailed tit. Not as clear as she would like, she says, but till fab to see such close ups.
And here are some from Bev who's been on wanders around Speke and Speke Hall as well as enjoying her lovely garden.
Is this the tallest foxglove you've ever seen?!
And now for some responses to the last challenge - what's inside? First from Sheila. I always love flower photos but her marshmallow made me smile.
And here are Bev's 'what's inside?'
And who do we have in the house? The lovely Nancy, waiting or her family to come home.
And some 'what's inside?' beauties from Gail.
A very fab gallery indeed! Thanks everyone.
And finally, here are my examples for this week's challenge, let the light through.
Do you get the idea? It can be anything that light can shine through.
Please send your photos on this or anything that's caught your eye to: firstname.lastname@example.org