Opposites: The daily post, Photo challenge


Ben Huberman says:In your photo this week, show how opposites can tell a story about people, places, or objects. The tension can reside in what you choose to show — old vs. new, big vs. small, dark vs. light — or in how you frame and design your shot.

For more on this challenge click on the following  link

https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/opposites/

Male/female : King/queen

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Light/dark – green

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Medieval/Modern

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17 responses to “Opposites: The daily post, Photo challenge”

  1. I love these photos! What a great medieval event for you to attend, too. I absolutely love reenactments and ‘olde-worlde’ fayres. I see from a comment above that the little king and queen were presents from your Japanese student. They’re really lovely – and great for the challenge of opposites.

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    1. Thanks a lot. We were talking about Japanese ways – the visitors always present the gifts when they visit each other.

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      1. That’s a wonderful custom, and shows so mus appreciation.

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        1. They are also very polite to each other. Very respectful.

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  2. i love the ornaments you got from your student!

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    1. Baie dakie, bly om te sien jy het ook weer deelgeneem.

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      1. Eki het dit gemis maar die daaglikse inskrywings is vir my te veel om te lees So nou kyk ek net Vrydae

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        1. Ek het myne net voor joune gepos!

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  5. Love the little king and queen. 🙂

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    1. My Japanese student gave them to me as a present.

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  7. Your medieval harp player (well harpish- do not know that instrument) is probably getting cold given the bright and warm clothing of the children around him!

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    1. It wasn’t a very pleasant day. Those medieval people were running around partaking in events they did not feel the cold at all.

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