The theme for this challenge is transformation.
We are asking everyone to consider what transformation means to you, and to capture a photo that represents this concept.
It might be an image capturing the transition of the seasons, or perhaps a portrait of a person who has recently made some significant change in their lives. The options are open and endless and we are looking for some creative interpretations of this theme.
every day in the city - you might walk past 10's, 100's, 1000's of people. Who are those people? What is their life experience? How has your life changed, been transformed, if only in some tiny way, simply from sharing a space, being in a presence of one other?
Joyeuses Pâques Happy Easter Jardin botanique de Montréal - Eté 2013
I love waves! The power, the beauty, no two ever alike and the sound as they crash on the beach. This weekend I had the opportunity to photograph them, a pretty high surf along the California coast provided some spectacular material to capture.
The eve of a holiday brings a transformation in the workforce and the ambiance of a workplace in Australia. Quiet business-like behaviours transform into smiles and a spring in the step accompanied by cheery greetings inquiring about holiday plans. Historically, on the last day of work prior to a holiday break, Australians gather and celebrate together with a farewell drink.
A little Physics on my tranformation theme.
Dans un petit village togolais....
The mist effect of the long exposure acts to transform the beach. Waves shifting the sands of time and memory.
Easter is the Christian holiday when Christians celebrate Jesus Christ's resurrection.
Keep on sewing your seed, for you never know which will grow --- perhaps it all will. -Ecclesiastes 11:6
Imagen de la mariposa Graellsia isabellae
La transformation de la feuille
"The heart of a child is so big. Within it, time is transformed into space" - (Michel Jonasz)
« Le coeur d'un enfant, c'est grand. Le temps s'y transforme en espace » - (Michel Jonasz)
(Saint-Germain-en-Laye, near Paris - Nov. 2012)
Nelson's town beach, Tahunanui, at low tide, just after sunset
The ebb and flow of the tides and the cycle of light and darkness: daily transformations and a reminder that everything changes, nothing stays the same
My son Fedja is getting married.