|a turquoise ceramic peacock ~ found at the entrance to NITT WITT RIDGE|
This week's SCAVENGER HUNT SUNDAY was difficult! here's what I came up with for this week's list of words:
Before & After, Opposing Lines, Custom Bokeh, Which Shoes Should I Wear? & Little Features.
|BEFORE & AFTER|
Curves, scallops, straight lines (horizontal & vertical)... JPE & I drove by NITT WITT RIDGE, to get this picture of OPPOSING LINES. This house has to be one of California's most unusual, colorful examples of folk art! Created by Art Beal (he was also called DerTinker Paw by the residents of Cambria Pines), this residence was built entirely from scavenged materials, discarded objects picked up during his walks, or the items left out for the garbage collector. To learn more about Nitt Witt Ridge, California's Historical Landmark #939, click HERE!
Okay - this isn't the best example of BOKEH, but it's definitely on my list to learn... BOKEH, a word of Japanese origin (spelled "boke" & pronounced bo-keh), means "fuzzy"... in the photography world, it is the fuzzy or blurry composition of an "out of focus" picture. Want to learn how to shoot a photo with BOKEH? click HERE.
|WHICH SHOES SHOULD I WEAR?|
Of course, these are the SHOES I should be wearing every day (or at least 4 days a week). I can't use the time change as an excuse NOT to get out for an evening walk... JPE is a "ready & willing" walking buddy! But, slipping into flannel jammies after work is certainly tempting!