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for Lens Artists Challenge #67

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Ann-Christine has set us a difficult challenge this week, difficult because there are too many magical choices. I can’t find the photo that came to mind first, but searching reminded me of a challenge I used to love: the Phoneography Challenge, hosted by Sally at Lens and Pens by Sally. Browsing that folder, I found more magical things to share than you want to see. But here are a few. This first is the photo from the now-defunct Weekly Photo Challenge that got the most likes ever on my blog.

But wait! There’re more.

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It’s Monday, time for another walk with Jo and other friends, but on this walk, we can easily frame a few choice bits of Wyoming for Amy and the photographers of the Lens Artists group (as well as all the walkers.) Tie your laces and let’s go! But first, take a look out the window. You never know what you’ll see.

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Ann-Christine challenges us to find angles this week. As Bing Crosby pointed out in White Christmas, “Everybody’s got an angle.” Even my van has an angle, more than one in fact as you can see in this photo.

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Patti, you’ve set us quite a challenge here, which I’m hoping to meet with one photo and a poem (the latter’s formatting depending on my ability to deal with WP’s new editor.)

 This Colmar building is old,
the shutters certainly blue,
the cars (well, you guess),
all borrowed for you!
© janet m. webb

for Lens Artists Challenge #58

Everything made by human hands looks terrible under magnification–crude, rough, and asymmetrical. But in nature every bit of life is lovely. And the more magnification we use, the more details are brought out, perfectly formed, like endless sets of boxes within boxes
― Roman Vishniac

I don’t believe that first sentence. Human hands makes some incredible things. But I firmly believe the rest of the quote and these are the details I love to see, record, and share. Patti challenges us to share details this week, so without further ado, here are mine.

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Outside the rain is pouring down, putting drops on my mind, although those outside are anything but delicate.  They’re more like a giant’s roars than fairy whispers.  These I’ve found for you are much more delicate.

Raindrops are like fairy whispers.
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© janet m. webb

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