Phoneography Challenge: My Neighbourhood
I enter this challenge with a certain reluctance. Firstly the weather is awful out there so I have not strayed far from the front door – My Neighbourhood as captured is very local indeed. Secondly I have just spent too much on a full frame DSLR – why am I using a phone :-(. Thirdly I can’t bring myself to misspell Neighbourhood :-).
Nevertheless, in the spirit of participation, here is some neighbourhood Samsungography. All of the photos have been subject to Instagram effects of one sort or another:
That was yesterday, this is today:
Very nice. I love the duck!
Thanks – she never looks happy though. Her name is Carole – we once worked with a lovely lady with the same surname (Goose not Duck 🙂 )
image 9 + 10: nice stone cottage!
neighboUrhood – very British 🙂
Thanks – they are all converted farm buildings (we live in a byre). This is how they used to be: http://www.robindown.co.uk/Beaufront%20Woodhead%20-%20before%20conversion/index.html
Nice colors too 🙂
The effect of the weather has enhanced the beauty of these images, like in one of the view through the window 🙂
Maybe 🙂 I would prefer reflections from the rays of the sun. Thanks for stopping by.
Very cold here too so I went to my photos not outside today. I like my camera too and I spelled neighbourhood properly. Love your photos especially the logs and the daffodil bulbs and the close up of snow. 🙂
Glad you liked them and thanks for stopping by – nice to know you can spell too 🙂