Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons 02

 

 

 

Every month Cardinal challenges us to go to the same spot and take photos in different light and atmosphere. Check out this challenge, and join us.

 

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59 thoughts on “Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons 02

  1. Pingback: Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons 02 | Cardinal Guzman

    • It is a large area and it is not difficult to find something interesting to shoot there. I hope to take some pics of snow for a change. It is when this park looks its best 🙂 I am not really a Spring person 😀

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  2. Lovely shots, even better than last month’s I believe. My favourite this time is the pair of benches with that lovely building in the distance and such glorious light playing across the whole.

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  3. “Blogging is about commenting, not clicking likes. Be heard…..” – Hallelujah, sister! How it grieves me that readers no longer join in discussion. Blogging feels like such a lonely activity nowadays. Clicking a Like button is not just lazy but I think downright rude if one does not trouble to explain one’s engagement with the post. Yes, I am that Social Media Dinosaur. I like it that way.

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    • I am not sure what blogging was before, not even how old the “blogging” is. I think that many people treat their blogs as their fb page – another thing I dislike a lot is fb.

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  4. What a nice variety of images here for the challenge 🙂

    It would be hard for us from the tropics to take part in this challenge, as hardly anything changes across seasons 🙂

    We have only two seasons, rainy and not rainy 🙂

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    • I think I heard Indian weather report once saying that you only know: hot, very hot, and hell hot. I wouldn’t thrive in your climate, but you have so much going for you- imensily rich history and architecture, people that are less conformist than in other parts of the world. I find your peninsula captivating.

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