The following are my entries for
The Daily Post’s Photo Challenge for the week of 2/28/18.
Haleakala Crater & Cinder Cones – Strangely looking like Mars
Another Shot of Haleakala, looking down into the volcano’s crater. Definitely, other worldly to me!
Thanks for the opportunity to share!
The following are my submissions for this week’s
WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge: A Face in the Crowd. I hope you enjoy my interpretations.
Eight Faces to Keep Track of as a Chaperone in NYC, 2013. Times Square around 11pm. © Carol Labuzzetta
Faces anyone? It’s hard to tell one beetle from the next. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2016
One of the Entertainers is a Face in the Crowd during the Harbor Nights Parade, Hamilton Bermuda. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2017.
Many Faces and a Crowd. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2013
Crowds in a line during the Great Depression, “Any Face, All of our Faces” FDR Memorial, Washington, D.C., © Carol Labuzzetta, 2015
Crowds around the only Faces you need to see, © Carol Labuzzetta, 2015
The theme for the
Dutch Goes the Photo Challenge for this week is Shape. I did not set out to post Stars – the photo theme revealed itself to my while I was going through my images. The star shaped folded paper, flower petals, sun rays, bulletin board post, a favorite basket, and an iconic night light in our town are my submissions for this photo challenge. I know now that I have Stars in my Eyes! Enjoy!
Stellated Dodecahedron by Ben, © Carol Labuzzetta
Star Poinsettia on a Bulletin Board at School, 2016
Asiatic Lily, 2015
Haleakala Sunrise, 2015 © Carol Labuzzetta
Shape Changing Origami by Ben
Star Basket and Homemade Limoncello, 2016
Upon Return to Home, 2015 Star Hill, Holmen. © Carol Labuzzetta, 2016
Dutch Goes the Photo Blog for the inspiration to find some meaningful shape in my photography!