Phoneography Challenge: Silky Fine Lines

Milkweed and Spiders



I wanted to capture the essence of Milkweed after a long search through PhotoStudio I came to the simple gray-scale filter that created this almost celestial being.

Spider in the night

2-Spider in the night

Coming out on a friends porch late at night we came upon a big spider. I put on the flash and pointed at where it might be. It was too dark to see on my phone’s screen. I brightened the web with Phototoaster. Used PhotoStudio of get the reverse image.

Spider revers image

3-Spider reverse image

For the double exposure I used InstantBlend

Double exposure

4-Double exposure spider and artichoke

Lens and Pens Monochrome  challenge. Which one do you prefer?

View other entries for this week’s challenge (Challenger’s Choice):


Weekly Photo Challenge: Three Double Takes

Didn't see the spider till after I clicked

Didn’t see the spider till after I clicked

An Apple a Day

An Apple a Day in the Target parking lot.

Four Smart phones , really!  I purposely blurred this as you can imagine why.

Weekly Photo Challenge Extra, Extra: This week, share a photo that has a little something extra: an unexpected visitor, or a tranquil landscape with a splash of color. A lone carrot in a sea of peas. Draw us in with a humorous detail, or find a photo with an added element that makes it an image only you could capture.

If you’d like, go broader and show us a thing or place you think is an extra — a thing you could do without, or a place that’s not part of your day-to-day life but has meaning for you.

I know why I took these photos now tell me which one made you look twice?

Happy Father’s Day Weekend!