Although lots of people still drive their own cars, getting around in London is often easiest by public transport, including tube train, bus, or bicycle!
The effect of the wonderfully wacky art filter called ‘Candy’ from LunaPic for this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Starts with ‘W’, more than one vowel 🙂
Rusted rivets for this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge 🙂
A canal boat named Quail for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week 🙂
Parked – three motorbikes parked under snow-laden waterproof covers for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week 🙂
A cool, clear afternoon walk outdoors for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Includes Letter O this week 🙂
November leaves for this week’s Cee’s Fun Foto: Beginning with N 🙂
When it comes to photography it’s great to have the time to choose your vantage point, line up your shot and choose the exact moment to click the shutter to be in the best position to get the final image you want. But sometimes you have to instinctively seize the moment in an ever-changing situation and just go with snapping whatever is in front of you, right here, right now, with whatever you’ve got to hand, hoping for the best but knowing it is a now-or-never decision – you snooze, you lose!
I took this shot of a fast-changing moody Scottish sky through the grubby window of a fast-moving vehicle on an open road with my decidedly mediocre phone camera – I saw the metallic silvery streaks of blue-grey clouds suddenly lit up by the morning sun peeking out from behind and took three shots in quick succession before the moment passed as quickly as it came. The light changed, the landscape changed, and the effect was gone. The sun may be a little blown-out, but at least I captured the moment while I could!
Cee’s Fun Foto: Words with Two ‘M’s
No smoking sign…
A row of old books…
And some hollyhocks for Cee’s Fun Foto: Includes the Letter K this week 🙂
These grey-painted, graffiti-adorned garage doors double up for both this week’s Thursday Doors and Fun Foto Challenge posts 🙂