Friendly Friday Photo Challenge – Photo edits


Original photo

Pencil sketch

Friendly Friday – Photo Edits

This week on Friendly Friday your topic is ‘photo edits’. You can also choose to post the same photo two different ways if you don’t know of/have access to editing software, such as a before and after scenario.

It could be a before /after photo taken of the same subject at two different times, of the day or year/s, or at two different angles.

How to join the Friendly Friday Photo Challenge

Post a comment below and include a ‘Friendly Friday- Photo Edits’ ping-back in your post, so others can find your entry.

The ‘Friendly Friday Photo Challenge’ is launched every second Friday here at:

Something to Ponder About, and every other Friday at: The Snow Melts Somewhere.

Scroll down to more detailed instructions on joining in with Friendly Friday .

Friendly Friday
  • Publish a new ‘Friendly Friday – ‘Photo Edits,’ post including a URL link to this post, tagging the post, ‘Friendly Friday.’ Add the Photo Challenge logo, if you wish.
  • Copy the published url into the comments below, so other readers can visit your blog.
  • Visit other Friendly Friday entries by following the links. It’s fun!
  • Follow the host blogs to see future prompts.

Please note there is no deadlines for any Friendly Friday challenge.

Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: LOOKING UP


Friendly Friday

https://forestwoodfolkart.wordpress.com/2019/04/26/friendly-friday-photo-challenge-looking-up/

LOOKING UP in Wellington, New Zealand

High and mighty

Instructions for Joining In:

  • Write and publish a post, tagging the post ‘Friendly Friday’, and adding into your post, the URL link back to this Friendly Friday post.
  • Include the Friendly Friday logo, found below, in your post if you wish.
  • Copy the link to your LOOKING UP post, in the comments here, so we can find you.
  • Please note there are no deadlines for participating. New prompts each week.
  • To see participating bloggers’ version of the weekly prompt, please browse the links in the comments section. It can be quite interesting to see the other interpretations.

Find more Instructions on joining in with Friendly Friday here

Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Revisited


Revisited

A visit from a dear friend. I met Amanda, my special blog friend, and her daughter Heidi in 2013. I showed them around Upper Hutt and we had a lovely time together. It was as if we’re old friends. We couldn’t stop talking.

2013 Sawmillers & Stonestead

Visit the following blog to find out what this is all about:

Friendly Friday Photo Challange: Coral-ish Colors


CORAL-ISH Colors

Created with Adobe Spark
https://thesnowmeltssomewhere.wordpress.com/2019/01/25/friendly-friday-coral-colors/

Snow at https://thesnowmeltssomewhere.wordpress.com/2019/01/25/friendly-friday-coral-colors/

says:
When I saw that Living Coral was chosen as the Pantone colour of the year 2019, I thought: perfect, let’s make “living coral” this week’s prompt! (And I like the eco-friendly, discreetly critical emphasis on living.)

What do you think of my photos, are they coral-ish enough?

Bath salt
Shell

Coral-ish
Clouds

Protea
https://forestwoodfolkart.wordpress.com/2019/01/26/friendly-friday-photo-challenge-coral-ish-colours/
co-host

Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Pathways


PATHWAYS

Pathway home

Pathway to Bea’s new front door.

Pathway to the deck

For more information on this challenge visit

Amanda at
Something to Ponder About

or

Snow at

The Snow Melts Somewhere

Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Inspiration


On a Friday Amanda at https://forestwoodfolkart.wordpress.com/ and Snow at https://thesnowmeltssomewhere.wordpress.com/ are hosting a new Challange. One Friday Amanda and the next Friday Snow.

Created with Adobe Spark



For more on this Challenge visit : https://thesnowmeltssomewhere.wordpress.com/2019/01/11/friendly-friday-photo-challenge/

This weeks prompt is: INSPIRATION

New Zealand Christmas tree

On my daily walks, just after New Year, I discovered this NZ Christmas tree. It’s the first time I’ve seen it with my own eyes. I was inspired by the look and beauty of the”bush” and its bright red blooms. It gave me INSPIRATION to know that nature is still thriving.

https://www.doc.govt.nz/nature/native-plants/rata/

https://www.doc.govt.nz/nature/native-plants/pohutukawa/

Does anyone know if this is a Rata or Pohutukawa “bush”?