…and the laws of physics do not apply This week’s WordPress weekly photo challenge is ascend – need I say more? See commentary under and in-between photos. Action from the final leg of the World Rallycross Championship held at Killarney, Cape Town. It must be inherited or in the blood. But the mere sight of … Lees meer I believe I can fly
Michelle Weber urges us to show something cheeky this week! Kids, animals, faces in inanimate objects, amusing signs, funny juxtapositions – to go and find a little irreverence in our world: WordPress WPC: cheeky I am in the very fortunate position to have a photo of Michelle herself for the challenge. No, I am not that irreverent; … Lees meer Irreverent? See my photo of Michelle Weber!
To access the WordPress photo challenges (which are in English) click here To access my other English posts not related to WPC click here The post underneath is in my home language Afrikaans As kind was ek in die bevoorregte posisie om ‘n Kersfees in die Bybelse Betlehem te beleef. Ek onthou die liggies en die menigtes. … Lees meer Betlehems ster o lieflike ster
In one of my posts I made the statement: “What’s in a name – it may depend on your frame (of mind)!” That photo challenge was about framing your subject. I suppose the serenity of Tranquility cracks also depends on what you enjoy – your frame of mind (and in this case the frame of … Lees meer Tranquility cracks – serene adventure
This week, share a photo that embodies transformation. Being born must be the greatest environmental transformation. To be taken from the enclosed and complete world of the womb and to be exposed to the gnarly old world out there. And what happens to you in your helpless state is the first embodiment of grace. May … Lees meer Transformed by a mothers love
To access the WordPress photo challenges (which are in English) click here To access my other English posts not related to WPC click here The post underneath is in my home language Afrikaans Na aanleiding van Hester se eier lêery uitdaging, dat mens net eenkeer lewe. Daar is ‘n avontuurlus in my maar as ek my avontuurlus … Lees meer Ek word oorgedoen
Before continuing I need to translate the above to the truthful meaning: Abrie playing with moon images I do believe that the word experimental is sometimes used to to justify a non-professional activity called playing. An experimental activity just carries more weight than a playful activity. I admit, but only this once (and please … Lees meer A subjective and experimental observance of a lunar object