The Changing Seasons is here again. Like they say: “new year, new possibilities”, or perhaps you’re one of those people who don’t want to get out of your comfort zone? In that case: “New year, same, same”. Either way you’re welcome to join this challenge that will run throughout the year.
How you interpret “the changing seasons” is all up to you: a painting or perhaps a digital manipulation? One photo, a gallery with plenty of photos? Photos of the same place each month or different spots? A recipe (with an illustration photo that you’ve shot), your aging face, your declining health? Street, flash or portrait photography?
Be creative or don’t.
Here’s a similar photo I shot in Norway:
For the WordPress challenge: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/ambience/
This HDR panorama is my entry to: https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/names/
Edit: It’s 18 photos processed as HDR, then I created a panorama out of the 6 HDR photos.
Since 2012 I’ve been making unofficial widgets for WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge. Of course I have to keep the tradition this year. As usual these are public domain, which means you can use them however you like.
I lost a tooth the day before André and I recorded this song. We probably should have recorded “All he wants for Christmas is a new front tooth” instead, but here’s Feliz Navidad to all my blog readers:
Also, my challenge called «The Changing Seasons» will continue to run in 2017 and everyone is invited to join. You can read all about the challenge in the introduction from 2016:
Technical stuff on how to add widgets to your blog: Download the image you want to use to your computer, then you upload it to your files in WordPress. (on the WordPress ‘dashboard’ menu where it says media – library). Then you add an image widget to your blog (also from the dashboard under apperance – widgets). In the widget add the URL to the photo that you’ve added to your library (my URL looks like this in the widget: https://cardinalguzman.files.wordpress.com/2016/12/wpc-2017-widget17.jpg). At the bottom of the widget settings, it say “Link URL (when the image is clicked):” There you add a link to your posts that are tagged “weekly photo challenge” or weekly photo challenge 2017″. My link looks like this: https://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/tag/weekly-photo-challenge/ So, your link would be: http://catbirdinamerica.wordpress.com/category/photography/weekly-photo-challenge/ Hope this was helpful. Just ask if you have more questions.
More widgets here: https://cardinalguzman.wordpress.com/tag/widgets/