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2015 Challenge, Week 13: MACRO – BATHROOM

The rules are pretty simple:

Post one original (Your Image) shot each week per theme posted on this blog to Google+, Facebook, or Flickr (or all three). 

Tag the photo #photochallenge.org or #photochallenge2015.

HAVE FUN :-)
It's been four weeks since the last macro challenge. This time, we are going to find something interesting in a specific room of the house - the bathroom! Have you ever looked around your bathroom ...
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 WEEK 12 CHALLENGE - ARCHITECTURE – WINDOWS LOOKING OUT:  The promise of spring.

I was fortunate enough to spend a week with some great friends in Missouri.  In a corner of their land is an abandoned house -- great atmosphere for this week's challenge!
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WEEK 12 CHALLENGE - ARCHITECTURE – WINDOWS LOOKING OUT
"Grandma watching the traffic."
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My 102 years old grandma lives at home by herself. Her hobby is watching the traffic passing. She knows how long the rush hour will last, and which day it is the worst.
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Thanks. She is worth of many stories. I wish I could share all of them as a photos. She is like a magic window to the past. She has lived in a world before electricity, central heating and running water. My favorite story is the one how she met my grandfather. She was buying a lamp oil. She has listed four most important inventions for a century: central heating, running water, electricity and washing machine.
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Week 12: Architecture-Windows Looking Out

There's an arboretum near my home and spring is my favorite time to visit. I found these cute little beauties trying to reach their outside friends; but alas tis not more than their reflection. If only the glass of the windows were like those of fairy-tale looking glass and simply melted at the merest touch so one could slip through. #photochallenge2015
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Sorry the post is a little late. Filling in for Trevor I present you with your WEEK 12 CHALLENGE - ARCHITECTURE – WINDOWS LOOKING OUT

The rules are pretty simple:

Post one original (Your Image) shot each week per theme posted on this blog to Google+, Facebook, or Flickr (or all three).

Tag the photo #photochallenge.org or #photochallenge2015.

The shot should be a new shot you took for the current weekly theme, not something from your back catalog or someone else’s image.

Don’t leave home without your camera. Participating in the 2015 Photo Challenge is fun and easy.
We sometimes think of Architectural photography as looking at a building from the outside. A great deal of Architectural engineering and design is often invested in giving a look from the inside to...
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Week 11 : Outdoor Photography – HAKA
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Week 11 : Outdoor Photography – HAKA #photochallenge2015
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Thanks +Jeremy Brooks I like to think outside the box :)
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Week 11 Outdoor~HAKA  I had so much fun trying to decide how to create this week's shot! I actually have two. I don't believe one is better than the other. So I'm going to post them both...hope this isn't breaking some rule. If so, just let me know and I will resubmit. #photochallenge2015
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Thank you Sarah
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WEEK 12 CHALLENGE - ARCHITECTURE – WINDOWS LOOKING OUT
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Week 12 Challenge: architecture - windows looking out 
...and looking in.....selfie :-) :-D 
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Week 12: Architecture - WINDOWS LOOKING OUT

“Queen Blurred” — Grime and gridwire in the windows of an overhead walkway between the Toronto Eaton Centre and Hudson’s Bay mask the afternoon bustle on Queen Street below.

(An alternate idea appears in the comments.)

24mm lens (Canon APS-C), ISO 100, f/3.2 for 1/160 sec.

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“Queen Blurred” — Grime and gridwire in the windows of an overhead walkway between the Toronto Eaton Centre and Hudson’s Bay mask the afternoon bustle on Queen Street below.
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"Last Blast" — After over a week of above-freezing temperatures melting away February's buildup, one more flurry outside the stairwell window at work tries to put down a fresh wet coat.

30mm lens (Canon APS-C), ISO 100, f/1.4 for 1/160 sec.

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2015 Challenge, Week 12 : ARCHITECTURE – WINDOWS LOOKING OUT
Lamb Storm-Nuisance Snow Storm-Spring Growth Pushed Back.
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Week 11: Outdoor - HAKA: hunting with "haka" maneuver  :-) 
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2015 Challenge, Week 12 : ARCHITECTURE – WINDOWS LOOKING OUT

Single mum rainy day
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Now I've got The Cascades' "Rhythm of the Rain" in my head. :)
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Week 10: NUMBERS – 50mm
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2015 Challenge, Week 11 : OUTDOOR PHOTOGRAPHY – HAKA
HAKA on High
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#photochallenge2015  WEEK 11:  Haka -- My Poodle is a bona fide all black!
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Clever. Tongue and all
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