Author Archives: eschudel

Flower of the Day: September 23, 2021

Cee’s Flower of the Day.

Yes, I am still indulging in my B&W flower experiment.  Why not?

2021 365: Day 265 (September 22)

So, I’m taking my prompts this year from a 365 book simply entitled “365 Day Photo Challenge”.  The idea this year is for me to take this more seriously, to think about the prompt and actively shoot for it, not just pick a photo that may or may not match.  Yes indeed.  Getting real.  The prompt today is “Plates.”

Really…they are!

Wordless Wednesday

2021 365: Day 264 (September 21)

So, I’m taking my prompts this year from a 365 book simply entitled “365 Day Photo Challenge”.  The idea this year is for me to take this more seriously, to think about the prompt and actively shoot for it, not just pick a photo that may or may not match.  Yes indeed.  Getting real.  The prompt today is “Nail.”

An original to the house…

Flower of the Day: September 22, 2021

Cee’s Flower of the Day.

Yes, I am still indulging in my B&W flower experiment.  Why not?

2021 365: Day 263 (September 20)

So, I’m taking my prompts this year from a 365 book simply entitled “365 Day Photo Challenge”.  The idea this year is for me to take this more seriously, to think about the prompt and actively shoot for it, not just pick a photo that may or may not match.  Yes indeed.  Getting real.  The prompt today is “Group.”

 A small but mighty group, not big enough to be a crowded.

Flower of the Day: September 20, 2021

Cee’s Flower of the Day.

Yes, I am still indulging in my B&W flower experiment.  Why not?

2021 365: Day 262 (September 19)

So, I’m taking my prompts this year from a 365 book simply entitled “365 Day Photo Challenge”.  The idea this year is for me to take this more seriously, to think about the prompt and actively shoot for it, not just pick a photo that may or may not match.  Yes indeed.  Getting real.  The prompt today is “Fence.”

Silent Sunday, September 19, 2021

Flower of the Day: September 19, 2021

Cee’s Flower of the Day.

Yes, I am still indulging in my B&W flower experiment.  Why not?