For this week's event, we are to suggest three photo challenges for the future and then to choose one of them to do now. It's the brain child of Steven who blogs at (sometimes) photo blog, and I, for one, can't wait to see what this creative crew dreams up.
Here's what leaked out from under my own battered, tattered thinking cap:
Steeplechase. We have amazingly beautiful old churches around here, and I bet you do, too. I've been meaning to photograph them for ages, so this is what I chose to do for this week.
This church is called Saint Joseph's, a European-style confection in brick and stone. When it's dark and the lights are on inside, the stained glass windows make the whole thing glow like a Tiffany lamp. AND, it has real bells. If I were a deity, I'd want to live there.
For the future, how about these:
Morning, Noon and Night. Kinda simple, really ... photograph the same thing at different times of the day. It's an experiment in using natural light.
Roots. Everyone does gnarled branches, twisty trunks, and pretty flowers, but roots have a lot of character too.
Before and After. Anything "before" and, well, "after." You pick what.
Click here to see what the other Robins have done -- and next time join in, OK?