The weekly photo challenge asks for numbers. When I started to frame the picture, I thought the price tags might be a distraction, but they turned out to be just what I needed. And they’re quite decorative too, in their way.
Taken in Pike Place Market, Seattle.
I recently had another of those ‘great’ ideas – you know, the ones that go ‘orribly wrong. On Friday, I was out walking when I spotted some wild blackberries. Like most local walkers, I often pick fruit from the hedgerows. The ripest ones are snapped up quickly, so when I reached for one of the biggest berries in a good sized cluster, I was not expecting much. Continue reading “Foraging for food: adventures with blackberry yogurt”
Fill the frame. It’s great advice for new photographers as it’s easy to stand so far back from the subject that the shot loses impact. Move in and new patterns, different textures, start to appear. Continue reading “Fill the Frame: Fruit”