Monthly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons 2

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I’m proud to participate in Cardinal Guzman’s photo challenge Changing Seasons, contributing with my series of photos taken within one day in my home townย in the Czech Republic.

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34 comments on “Monthly Photo Challenge: Changing Seasons 2”

    1. Thank you very much, my fellow conference goer ๐Ÿ˜‰ I’m untypically excited about this challenge, and everyone seems to be doing their very best in their galleries! It’s inspiring.

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      1. It really is very cool.
        This conference is during the days Cardinal had suggested as I’m away for a while. I’m tempted to do this month’s here at the conference but I really want to go back out at home and see the differences so it might have to wait an extra couple of weeks. X

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        1. I’m sure everyone takes into account that one might travel and for other reasons might not be able to take all the photos at the same day of each month, sure one can adapt the rules a little ๐Ÿ˜‰ I for instance skipped the first month because I wasn’t yet moved and didn’t know where to take my pictures ๐Ÿ˜ฎ It sounds tempting to take your photos at your conference (which sounds pretty cool, judging from your Twitter ๐Ÿ˜‰ ); maybe you could do an extra post from the conference and then a regular post from home! Too demanding? Anyway, enjoy and survive!

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          1. Good idea, I have taken a bunch of pictures here so will prep a post when I get time, but will also do the one at home. So tired now…conferences!!

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          2. Perfect! Though seeing how awfully demanding your prolonged conference series is, I’m sure we could settle for anything you manage to post when not contributing to science or socialising with Jack and coke ๐Ÿ˜‰ Meant in good humour!

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  1. So lovely. I love all of the shots. The sky looks eerily blue in the last two, though. Very haunting and looks like winter is there to stay ๐Ÿ˜€ Hope it’s not too cold for you ๐Ÿ™‚

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    1. Oh, thank you, Mabel, for thinking of my grungy photos as lovely ๐Ÿ˜‰ It’s in the eyes of the beholder. Yes, it does look as though winter is here to stay, and it’s been a very long and uncharacteristically snowy and cold winter this year. I can’t wait for March and for a new set of photos to take — hopefully they will be more cheerful! Enjoy your summer…

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      1. Grungy photos. I didn’t think your photos were grungy. Now that you mention it, I think they are grungy, with so much clarity in them ๐Ÿ™‚ It will be March in a couple of weeks, hang in there. Long and cold winter for you? It has been a cool summer here in Melbourne, so maybe we might get a cold, long winter too. Oh no!!! ๐Ÿ˜€

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        1. Oh, as I suspected, beauty or grunge are in the eye of the beholder ๐Ÿ˜‰ You come across as a cheerful and optimistic person, hence you didn’t notice anything grungy or depressive about the photos, unlike me. I think both your and my perceptions are valid though. Is there ever cold in Melbourne? Wow…

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    1. Thank you for throwing the challenge! It’s one I’ve long wanted to do without knowing precisely how to go about it — so your challenge came at the right time for me.

      I understand you’re moving house, if I’m not mistaken, so as a person who just moved herself, I can feel your pain and hope you’ll be ok!

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        1. So…? I’m a serial mover? I might blog about my crime, anonymously, now that you suggest it. For now I’m slowly but surely covering the move itself in my blog posts… Thanks for always encouraging me and pushing me to new posts with your ideas, such as the grandmother post…

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          1. A serial mover is a good idea, and a natural one to free spirits like yours. Let it come!
            I am following your move attentively and enjoying it immensely.
            I was thinking of having even more and including your photos of the city too. You’re a master of composing and editing photos. Need to learn it from you. But am afraid you will be high on cabbage cake whilst visiting the city and won’t teach me anything! Lmao

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          2. Oh I never teach anyone anything, which is why I became a teacher. A serial mover might be a slightly better choice than a serial killer, I think, even if duller to blog about. Of course I’m aware of you following my pilgrim’s progress attentively and supportively and I’m immensely grateful. I wish I were a better friend.

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  2. Beautiful photos and you are developing a very distinct style too now I notice. The first photo really struck me, the lines, captivating in an odd way. I am really excited to see your new home/area xx

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    1. Thank you very much! I’m too excited to explore my new/old home area (I used to live just a street away). It’s nice of you to think that I’m developing my style, while I’m in fact eclectically picking and mixing from other inspiring photographers’ styles!

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