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Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Arch, Dome or Half Circle

This week the topic is Arch, Dome or Half Circle Let’s see how creative you can be on for this week’s challenge.  Have fun with this week’s challenge.

Go through your photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or better yet grab you camera and take a new photo! ENJOY and have FUN.

The Current Series – Components of a Photo

  • Arch, Dome or Half Circle
  • Columns and Vertical Line(s)
  • Horizontal Line(s)
  • Diagonal Line(s)
  • Piles or Stacks

The Next Series – Pick a Topic from this Photo

For the next five weeks, I will be posting a photo for each week and you can pick a topic from the photo.  You can pick colors, or objects from the photo.  I will post the photo a week prior to the each challenge.

Week 1 – Possible topics, geometry, bushes, window, brick, curtain, green, tan, wall, building, dark red, tree

Create a Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge (CFFC) Post

      1. Then add a link to your blog in my comment box.
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      4. I usually will respond to your entry on your blog, rather than on my page.

Please check out my Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge to check out more of what this challenge is about.

CFFC

My Entry for the Week

Half a pile of firewood.  I thought the circle in the middle was a clever design.

This bench with the design of two arched swans is so elegant. Photo taken in Idaho Falls, Idaho.

United States Courthouse building in Tacoma, Washington.

These trees at the tulip farm make an almost perfect dome.

Grocery bag with circle design cropped to two half circles.

Qi (energy) hugs,

Cee

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  1. It’s hard to find arches around here. New England is not the home of arches or even semi-circles. But there are some in Boston, and my friend Ben got two sets in Phoenix … and one comes from a small college in Maryland. I love architecture, but unless you count clapboard churches, this isn’t an arches kind of place 🙂

    I think they may have used your Washington courthouse as the idea for the new courthouse they build in Boston a few years ago. They look very similar. Unfortunately, I never took a picture of it so I couldn’t use it here.

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    • Canby is pretty much the same way. Two stories houses and two story commercials buildings is the extent of it. We have a few houses from the late 1800s but that is about it. 😀

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  2. Lovely entries these are, Cee but I liked those trees at tulip farm more. Such a perfect capture and a good reminder about what one can perceive from even simple things 🙂

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