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Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details — March 3, 2013

Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the Details

by Cheri Lucas on March 1, 2013

This week’s photo challenge is guest hosted by Christopher Martin.

Lost in the Details. This challenge is about getting lost in the details. Once you’ve found a subject you want to photograph, challenge yourself to work a little further into the scene.


Lost in details. My First entry for this month.

I took this photo last January 2013 during an ecological photo-shoot which I volunteered to join. I must say that it takes patience for a photographer to capture a detailed post of its subject. You have to patiently wait for the perfect timing to click your camera and spot the best post ever.

captivating birds eyeview
captivating bird eyeview
and I get more closer
and I get more closer

till i shot this one
till i shot this one
Weekly Photo Challenge: Resolved — January 6, 2013

Weekly Photo Challenge: Resolved

Happy New Year! Welcome to the first Weekly Photo Challenge of 2013!

Resolved. This is that time of year, isn’t it? Full of resolutions and good intentions. I resolved to get in a run on January 1st – this is a photo post-run. Spoiler: it was a good one! Why not share a photo which represents one of your New Year’s resolutions? If you don’t make them, what about sharing a photo which represents something you’d like to get better at in photography this year?

—————-and here we start another year with the Word press Challenge————————

Instead of posting photos of my New Year Resolution, I will opt to pose something that I like to get better at Photography.

and taddddaaaaaannnnnnn!!!!! these images will resolved my New Year: Photos on a Macro Effect.

Guess it’s time to get the manual and books and start reading! I managed to capture two photos on Macro Effect but I did actually didn’t know how did I do it 🙂


Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons — December 8, 2012

Weekly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons

I have read several entries of my fellow Filipino Bloggers that our country having a tropical season (rainy and dry) does not have much dramatic transition with regards to changing seasons. Unlike other countries who are blessed with the view of snow, with the feel of autumn and fall and the heat of summer, Philippines expects a dry season from January to June and expects a rainy season at the end of June up to October and my so called own season, the Christmas season from November to December.

I’m sorry for inventing my own season from November to December but really, it’s like another season during these months. You can feel it, the wind of December, the spirit of Christmas that chills you up to your spines.

What I love the most during this season is the fog that it brings every morning.

The River Changing Seasons
The River
Changing Seasons

-Photo taken with First!-

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections — December 2, 2012
Weekly Photo Challenge: Thankful — November 24, 2012