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Friendly Friday Photo Challenge: Contrast

Here is my entry for Amanda’s Friendly Friday Photo Challenge with the topic of Contrasts.

Old church, crane, skyscrapers.

Spruce Goose and early vintage plane.

Cat and stuffed animals.

I’m putting together a list of challenges and their hosts.  So if you know a challenge host, please direct them to my blog.  Feel free to contact me anytime.  I hope everyone will be able to use my lists.

 

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Cee

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  1. Hahah / the stuffed animals are fun and those planes – wow – striking difference – and the tip of the crane works so well with the tip of the steeple – nice trio here

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  2. Being a lover of cats I love his/her expression. My cat used to lie incognito among the stuffed animals the grandchildren play with when they visit. Sweet photo. The building contrast is good also. I’m thinking of developing a month long challenge for March. Just in the early thinking stages now. Hopefully, I can develop the idea enough to launch it. Thanks so much Cee for all your hosting of challenges and information. It’s appreciated.

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  3. If people can’t see the wonderful contrast here, they must be visually impaired! Various contrasts of attributes here,Cee. Thanks for joining in Friendly Friday.

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