K’lee and Dale’s Cosmc Photo Challenge:Contrast

Welcome to a brand new Monday Everybody,

The word for the day is:


Contrasting views, contrasting opinions, contrasting styles. Just a few of the ways I tend to think of the word, contrast.

Contrast as a word, a concept, an idea is also at the heart of the latest ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’. Now, my buddy Dale and I like to see you challenge takers define the challenge in any way you choose. That’s the whole point and perhaps…it’s one of the reasons I found this one … really challenging to put it lightly!

Up above, I chose four of my images in random order and as I originally shot or posted them in previous posts. Immediately below, you’ll find my idea of contrast as it relates to the above images. In at least one of the contrast images I chose not to forsake color all together. Instead I decided to mute the colors, leaving the image with the barest suggestion of ‘what once was’.

Are you up for the challenge? Want to give it a go?

Here’s how:

Go ahaead and create your post any way you want so long as you’re showing us your views on the concept of CONTRAST. You can ‘pingback’ by copying the web address of your post and pasting it in the comment section of either this post, or Dale’s contrast post

Oh, don’t forget to add #CosPhoChal to your tags before posting. It lets us and others find you .


Dale went all out with this interpretation

Want to see what the multi-talented KG did for her response? It’s right here

Marie traveled to Munich in southern Germany to show her version of Contrast

Have a look a Sue’s creation right here

K’lee L. © 2016

20 thoughts on “K’lee and Dale’s Cosmc Photo Challenge:Contrast

      1. Oh, hell yeah, I have reused (and re-edited and mucked about with, obviously) several photos I’ve already posted on the blog.
        I remember that sculpture in particular, because it was from a post about the artist (I think) and I really liked their work.

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        1. No problemo, no pressure. Maybe create one and set it aside just to see if you can. Then, only if you want, decide if you’d like to submit. If you need help, Dale and I are always willing to do so.


          1. Believe me, I get that. I tried once to take on several more challenges and writing prompts in addition to what I already had on my plate. Things didn’t work out so hot, but I learned to stop trying to hyperextend myself at the drop of a dime. Once in a while is cool depending as you mentioned what time is really available.

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