"It's not the camera that takes a great photograph, it is the photographer"
This theme has certainly been quite appropriate... I just do not know where time is going at the moment. We are heading into September already!!!! Thank you to all of you who have posted their interpretations for this rather short month challenge. Once again, the interpretations have been awesome!
Below is a list of each of the participants and their wonderful work:
Kimberly Miller at Kimberly Kreations - The life of a rose and her son coming of age.
Liss at A Memory Forever - The time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time
Cooper at True Nomads - The Eroded mountains and the Ancient Buddhas
Muse at Xanadu - A collection of her wristwatches
Ingrid from boricua in texas- A beautiful set of portraits of Ingrid as a child, a teenage and now.
It is never too late to enter the August theme challenge. Simply send me a link and I'll add it to the list.
The reason I chose "Time" as the theme for August, is because I was fast running out of it when I wrote the post. My own interpretation changed in concept several times. I finally settled for a photograph of my wristwatch (see below):
However, once I had taken the shot, I realised that it didn't feel quite right. It wasn't really portraying the message that I wanted to give. My frustration lately, is that I just don't have enough time. It is almost as though hours and minutes are simply disappearing, or missing. This gave me an idea, so I grabbed what little time I had, jumped onto photoshop and had a tinker. This is the result....
If you have any ideas for a Photography Challenge Theme, then drop me a message and I'll try to include it in a future month's challenge.
I'll announce the challenge theme for September during the next few days.