photo a day july week 4 – trying to catch up

Not sure why but I’ve got a bit behind with the photo a day updates, so Im catching up from the 21st July which seems ages ago.

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July 22nd – upside down couldn’t resist a reflection picture

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July 23rd – mirror at the market which is reflecting the sage which is a mirrored building (this was a fluke!)

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July 21st – 9 o’clock – learning to tie laces – hoping the summer holidays will crack this hurdle

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July 24th – A Stranger – this man was dressed as a viking and was on a long boat which had come over from Norway for a festival

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July 25th – Heart – a heart drawn by nina

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July 26th – Sunshine – good for shadow pictures

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July 27th- On the road – petals from a bush

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20 thoughts on “photo a day july week 4 – trying to catch up

    • thankyou Im very flattered that you have asked – do you have any particular themes/ topics/ styles that you are looking for? I would be interested in submitting just not sure re criteria.

      • The photography style is wide open. You can always submit a few and we will pick the ones that work best. The tie that binds is some connection to mental health issues, whether it is having experienced something yourself (from occasional situational depression or anxiety to more advanced diagnosed illness), or someone close to you; which is why the fist image could work, because depression or anxiety can definitely make your world feel upside down, but submit whatever feels right. We would feature the images individually with a blurb about you and about the photo, and a link here so our readers can find you (unless you would prefer to post anonymously). The gallery site has more submission details. http://brokenlightcollective.wordpress.com Feel free to email with any questions or submissions. brokenlightcollective@gmail.com All the best.

  1. as usual – lovely stuff! (Sorry not to have been keeping up…but it’s always good to see what you’ve been getting in your camera. I especially like the ‘chair’ shot from a few posts earlier…

    • Hi Nasser – no apology required! I’m enjoying the new challenge of a photo a day which has set themes thus the chair. I loved your last blog meant to comment, forget, will get round to it.

  2. The lizard shadow photo is great! I especially like that you chose to include the fingers. It allows you to see the human interaction/manipulation behind it – which for some reason really drew me in. Lighting was lovely as well.

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