This week, Tina’s lens-artist theme (here) involves a bit of a fun treasure hunt. The challenge is to use photos from archives or newly captured shots – – while using the list below as a guide:
Challenge Items: Sunrise and/or sunset, Something cold and/or hot, a bird, a dog, a funny sign, a bicycle, a seascape and/or mountain landscape, a rainbow, a church, a musical instrument, a boat, a plane, a waterfall
Extra Credit Items: An expressive portrait of one or more people, a very unusual place, knitting or sewing, a fish, an animal you don’t normally see, a bucket, a hammer, a street performer, a double rainbow, multiple challenge items in a single image. 😀
Here is the Priorhouse take:
This book from 2007 is what started my joining in with the LAPC treasure hunt post.
Tina mentions treasure hunt and don’t we all want to find the Most Valuable Book Ever Published?
(and note – this is in no way the most valuable book ever… lol)
Okay, so what is one of the “most valuable books ever published” in your opinion?
CARE TO JOIN in with the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge – or need more info?
Photographer Artist Philosopher Labor Location is a purpose anagram of collaboration which seeks to place collaboration in one instance as a labor of photographing or the actions that constitute photgraphing and of course these actions are determined by movement or charm with its reference to the body and bodies which in a changing private public sphere enact an ethical dimension. The second instance of collaboration is the results of photographing which in general will be street photography and the collaboration between photographer and camera. You could say that it is a proccess performance.