The photo prompt of the week is smile; either an image of a smile, or something that makes you smile. Since baby animals are a universal crowd pleaser, here are a fewer images of youngsters that have made me smile.
I hope you enjoy!
Does this bring back memories of childhood for anyone else? Of the times when your sibling was being a complete jerk and Mom looked on and told you to sort it out for yourselves??? 🙂
Happy Monday Everyone!
Jumping into another week, head first!
Have a good one 🙂
I had a completely different image ready to go, but something about it just wasn’t sitting right with me. So I started scrolling through my photo catalogue, and came across the series of images I took of a pride of lions that had treed a leopard, seen during my safari in 2015. That sparked my creativity in a whole new direction.
I wish I would have thought of creating a composite image like this when I was originally editing the series and creating a blog post about it. I think this image captures the essence of the sighting in a way the individual images were unable to. If you didn’t catch the story of the lions versus a leopard the first time around, you can fid it here. There was definitely a lot going on that morning!
I hope you enjoy this last instalment of my multiple exposure project. Next month, on to something new.
There’s a simple answer to the question posed in this week’s photo challenge “Where would you rather be?”.
I’d rather be on safari!
I’m really finding creating these composite images to be a fun project for the month. I’m again digging through my archives to find images that, to me, just work together. This leopard was a fairly young male that I photographed in the Okavango Delta last May, and the sunset image is from a different trip to the delta, in 2015.
I had initially had another vision for this image using two very specific photographs, but they just didn’t want to play nicely together.
I hope you enjoy what I have come up with this week.
Hi everyone! I recently put together this photo slideshow for my photo club Christmas party, and thought I would share it here as well.
The photos are taken over the past three years, and there are several from each of my trips to Africa.
I hope you enjoy, Merry Christmas, and all the best for the coming year.