#make30photos challenge – finally, the second half!

Well, here we are the final 15 photographs in this challenge. You can see the first 15 here. It has taken me far too long to complete this challenge, but my excuse is that I have moved house!! Still, I DID finish it and that is what counts! Thanks for the challenge  Emma.

Day 15: extreme editing

An abstract

An abstract

Day 16: eyecatching

Waterfall - Hardknot Pass

Waterfall – Hardknot Pass

Day 17: behind the scenes – well, under the bonnet really.

under the bonnet

under the bonnet

Day 18: pattern

pattern

pattern

Day 19: wildlife –

Mallard Drake Ullswater

Mallard Drake Ullswater

Day 20: break the rule of thirds

Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria

Day 21: only two colours

Red and Cream

Red and Cream

Day 22: move the camera

not successful

not successful

Day 23: self portrait

I hate taking my own photo!

I hate taking my own photo!

Day 24:movement

Babbling Brook

Babbling Brook

Day 25: stripes

stripes

stripes

Day 26: weather

Its raining!

Its raining!

Day 27: silhouette

silhouette

silhouette

Day 28: depth

IMG_0036

Day 29: vintage IMG_0098I am so thrilled with this shot – there is camera shake, but in my defence, it was dark, and I didn’t have time to set the tripod up (hubby was waiting in the car for me!) so I had to work my settings out! I couldn’t quite hold it still enough for long enough  but go me!!

Day 30: texture?

Texture

Texture

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One Response to #make30photos challenge – finally, the second half!

  1. Helen says:

    Impressed you managed all 30 … and posted them altogether…
    Well done 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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