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Weekly Photo Challenge: Minimalist [Entry XIX]

Good day Photo Enthusiast, This week’s photo challenge is: minimalist photograph by The Daily Post. Reference:  http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/minimalist/ Here is my attempt on my Nikon camera of a minimalist photograph. This picture was taken on my Nikon camera and photo edited on http://www.picmonkey.com/   There is nothing more minimal than a single bottle of Tequila framed by a stone wall.   Thank you…

My Photography εïз: Local Graffiti in Nature

Good day Photo Enthusiast, When I went to the park today, I happen to come across some interesting graffiti, and took some snap shots. Taken on my iPhone 4, edited on Photo Editor – http://www.picmonkey.com/ I’ve always been attracted to Graffiti and believe it’s artists are often misunderstood, but there is art & beauty in all things people create. These pictures…

Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes [Entry XV]

Good day Photo Enthusiast,  。◕‿◕。 I am working with a new camera! It’s a Nikon D3100.   It’s bitter-sweet as the camera I am using (I inherited) from my late Step-Father “Wayne” whom passed away last October. He loved taking photographs and editing pictures. In his honor I continue to take fun-filled photos. ❤ love u ❤ This week’s photo challenge…

Weekly Photo Challenge: One Shot, Two Ways [Entry X]

Good day Photo Enthusiast, This is actually a back-dated post. You may not care. Does anyone even look at the dates on these things?  ٩(͡๏̯͡๏)۶ But I thought I’d mention it…. Just in case you follow my blog (of course you do, um, right?) *grin Suddenly your like… “wait a minuet”; well now you know, I hope. ͡๏_͡๏ [Move Along]

Weekly Photo Challenge: Curves ~ [Entry II]

Black Swan – Picture taken on iPhone, modified using PicMonkey by Stephanie Lise Lamoureux his is my second entry in the Weekly Photo Challenge by The Daily Post. This week’s photo prompt was brought to you by Sara Rosso, where she shared her photo of Curves, a front of the Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. A beautiful sight indeed.…