Regular Random – Five Minutes with a 1931 Model A

Here are the rules for this challenge –

Choose a subject or a scene and spend five minutes photographing it using different lighting and angles without interfering with the subject.  Use the tags “regular random” and “five minutes”.

While visiting mom this weekend I was able to take a walk through the Farmers Market held every Saturday.  I have lots of photos to share but this post features a 1931 Ford Model A owned by one of the vendors.

Bob says his father wanted a Model A when they were first manufactured but it wasn’t until 1934 that he purchased one.  He and his wife were traveling to the mountains of North Carolina for apples and saw the car on the side of the road with a “for sale” sign.  His father bought it and the car passed to Bob in 1969.  It’s driven regularly and the top speed is 55MPH.  

Wouldn’t you love to take a spin in it?

Desley Jane hosts this challenge and you can find her here:  https://musingsofafrequentflyingscientist.com/2017/11/19/five-minutes-with-a-thorny-flower-crown-regularrandom/

To see more of my photography, please click here: photographyinpearls.photoshelter.com

 

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Photo Challenge – Experimental

This week we are asked to share our interpretation of “experimental.”

Self Portrait

My first attempt at using an editing app on my phone.  I’ve had the phone at least five years.  Who knew?

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Photo Challenge – Temporary

This week we are asked to share a photo that says “temporary” to us.

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The roseate spoonbills have been visiting the lowcountry the past few weeks on their way south for the winter.  You can’t miss them – pink feathers with a large, flat, spoon-shaped bill which they use to feed by sweeping their bill back and forth.

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The arrival of the spoonbills always creates excitement among all “birders” and the topic of all conversation revolves around the “spoonies”.  The weather’s getting colder so our “temporary” residents will be leaving soon but I think I can say for all that the welcome mat is always out.

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Photo Challenge – Peeked

This week we are asked to share a peek of something — a photo that reveals just enough of the subject to interest someone.

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I wonder what he sees….

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Photo Challenge – Rounded

This week we are asked to share our interpretation of “rounded”.

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I learned how to duplicate on Photoshop this week – or rather I relearned.  I took a Photoshop class last year but I mainly use Lightroom so I’ve forgotten most of what I learned.  I came across the book from class earlier this week and started flipping through it.

I admit I got a little carried away.

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Regular Random – Five Minutes with Purple

The rules of this challenge are to spend five minutes photographing a subject using different lighting and angles.

These purple marsh grasses are so wispy and dreamy in macro and I’m totally in love with the bokeh.

 

 

Desley Jane hosts this challenge and you can find her here:  https://musingsofafrequentflyingscientist.com/2017/10/22/five-minutes-with-blue-flowers-and-a-kitten/

To see more of my photography, please click here: photographyinpearls.photoshelter.com