For another round of Ramblinsg and Photos Scavenger Hunt Sunday!
I had a blast coming up with ideas for last weeks prompts, and while I did not have as much time this week to devote to “the hunt,” (had to hit up my archives for most of my prompts) I had fun nonetheless, and I definitely think this exercise is helping to improve my creativity and photography skills. It’s fun going back through old photos and seeing how my style has developed.
Here we go!
Well. Salt Lake City got its first big snowfall of the season this weekend. I happened to be babysitting again and we all know a 6-year old can’t resist that white, powdery stuff! So, we bundled up and headed outside for some wintery fun!
3: IN DISGUISE
Red Fort, Old Delhi, India–The Diwan-i-Khas, a large area once used for imperial audiences, is a pavilion clad completely in marble, the pillars are decorated with floral carvings and inlay work with many semi-precious stones. The Red Fort is where Mughal emperor Shah Jahan (builder of the Taj Mahal) was imprisoned until his death.
I have been spending a lot of time lately going through my travel photo archive, and have begun to wade through the hundreds of photos I took in India. I honestly could have done this entire scavenger hunt with photos I took while there, but I thought I would contain myself and only do a couple! I am working on getting them organized and uploaded to my Flickr feed, so stay tuned!
5: PHOTOGRAPHER’S CHOICE
Yeah, I know… 3 archive photos this week. Not exactly following the rules. In my defense, the snow had me a little depressed and not really in the mood to do anything other than lay about under warm blankets watching movies!
I will do better next week. I promise!
Comment and let me know what you think of my photos!
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