Last Friday, I saw an email from a blog I follow with a post of their Daily Post Photo Challenge. I’ve been meaning to participate in WordPress’ weekly photo challenge for months but I have such a long to-do list.
I checked the week’s theme, Half and Half, and also found out that I have the whole week to join in. On Tuesday whilst walking with a very dear friend, I remembered the theme when I saw this:
Throughout the day and the next, I kept seeing scenes that called out, ‘half and half’ to me. As you might have thought, I kept snapping and zooming and snapping; whilst standing still sometimes and as a car passenger at other times. 🙂
The more pictures I took, the more creative I got with my camera angles.
And then, I saw a different kind of ‘half and half’, which my husband didn’t buy into when I showed him. 🙂
Do you see the ‘half and half’ that I see?
Then, there is this one which I like but my friend saw differently. I saw 2 ‘half and half’ sides divided by clouds, she saw 2 ‘half and half’ sides different by their shade. This is one of the things I like about photography, the more you look, the more you might see :-).
Oh, and there is this one that I really like. I took it whilst looking up at the protruding roof of the check-in lounge of the airport we took a friend to.
As you might guess, I had some ‘half and half’ fails, but that’s okay; they show I tried. 🙂
And so I rest my ‘half and half’ quest for now, my first Daily Post Weekly Challenge; hopefully the start of many more.
Which of my ‘half and half’ especially caught your attention, and why?
Linkup: Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge
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