Category: Diane

Flamingo Lint

Daily Post theme: unusual I thought this piece of lint in the shape of a flamingo hanging out of my laundry room cabinet was pretty unusual. Gross but unusual. I also never thought I would have a use for this photo other than to…

Painted Pucks

The Daily Post theme: collage A collage of painted hockey pucks. I believe they are self portraits of art students from Leto High School in Tampa (class of 2015). These beautifully painted hockey portraits are on display on the walls of Amalie Arena, the…

Building Bridges

Daily Post theme: bridge I have one word for this bridge… scary. – Diane https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/bridge/

Where Does It Go?

Daily Post theme: Delta Although you can’t technically see the delta, it looks like it’s on its way there… or somewhere. – Diane https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/delta/

The Face In The Clouds

Daily Post theme: transient I have recently started snapping pictures of weird places I find faces. I don’t even remember where we were going but I couldn’t help noticing we were being watched from above. The face in the clouds didn’t last very long…

The Details

Daily Post theme: focus I am learning to stop and focus on the little details. Sometimes those turn out to be my favorite photos. – Diane https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/out-of-focus/

Ordered Elevation

Daily Post theme: order This is the first thing you see when getting off the elevator at the hotel we were staying at in Tampa. For a math girl like me, I loved the ruler look. It’s the little touches that make me happy.  –…

Best Friends

Daily Post theme: friend Andy’s friends – Diane https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/friend/

Pretty In Pink

Daily Post theme: evanescent Spring is in the air. Living in south Florida you don’t get to see the seasons change, but for this fleeting moment, I feel like I can enjoy a sliver of Spring. – Diane https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/evanescent/

Daily Post theme: heritage These are effigy heads that were found among funeral offerings of chieftains in Dominican Republic. I’m sharing them as more of a lost heritage among the locals. I am amazed at the artistry that was created from basic tools compared…