Lens-Artists Challenge #123 – Found In The Neighborhood

For those of us who like to fill our sd cards with shots from far away places, it’s been a trying year due to the pandemic.  For the Lens-Artists Challenge this week, Ann-Christine suggests it’s time to scout around the neighborhood and get familiar with the familiar.

I took a stroll over to a local college campus where I’ve gone many times with my camera.  I didn’t think there would be anything new to shoot but if you look hard enough, you can always find a few decent shots among the familiar…


A winding road…


Leaf Abstract…


Sometimes it pays to look up…


Not sure what to say about this one other than I just like it 🙂


Another one that caught my eye…


Leaf Puddle…

Thanks to Ann-Christine for the Lens-Artists Challenge idea this week.

14 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #123 – Found In The Neighborhood

  1. Andy, thank you for the tour! And I guess I reached my goal of having you find something new amongst all the familiar! Loved your #I just like it” find and the leaf puddle especially. And why must we always explain why? We don’t.

  2. You know Andy, it’s funny what appeals to each individual viewer. I loved wandering around your neighborhood with you but my favorite of your images is your “not sure what to say” capture. The lighting on it is really special. Nicely done.

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