Each week, Lysha puts up a photographic challenge with prompts for us to look out for, then we share on Lysha's Saturday (my Sunday). Get inspired!
This week the prompts were: Weather quarterly, Opposite, Statue, behind the scenes, your choice.
Weather (quarterly): We haven't had rain for ages and are desperate for some (see how the grass has died). Today some clouds came and looked like rain, but sailed off again.
Opposite: We spent the week at Whitianga (a small beach town), and on our way out for dinner, I spotted this lovely reflection of what is opposite the restaurant. I thought it looked like the elephants were walking down the street!
Statue: Also taken in the centre of the town Whitianga, the statues of birds as you walk along the birds turn. The pattern carved out of the wings is a traditional maori design.
Behind the scenes: (At Whitianga) You might have guessed I'm a bit fascinated with reflections at the moment. Here is a quilt shop window. It has a quilt with a scene and then the reflection adds the scene of the street.
Your choice: ON our way back from the restaurant we walked along the beach. The moon was rising and made a lovely shot (even if the exposure is up the creek. Taken on my phone). You might even spot some birds that were taking a moonlight stroll as well.
Have a look at what other folks have done, here: