K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: One Of The Day, Two Of The Night

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Welcome to another Monday, both here in California and every other part of the world passing through its own Monday.

I welcome you also to a brand spanking new, ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge. On Friday past, I left you with the prompt for this new challenge: One Of The Day, Two Of The Night. It’s worth reminding you the interpretation is open, so long as we’re talking about three images, one of the day and as you no doubt have guessed- two of the night. Beyond that get as creative as you possibly can!

As for me, I decided on another slide show; this one of three images favorite me and my cameras have taken over the past few years. My day shot comes from the classic architecture of San Francisco’s Palace of the Fine Arts. My two night shots come from San Francisco’s Embarcadero, that stretch of noisy nighttime lights and never-ending traffic running along the water at the base of downtown. Together, they represent two of the many worthwhile locales this great city offers.

My partner in creative experimentation in these challenges, Dale, will have his interpretation ready for your viewing pleasure today. I’ll be sure to link it here as we both always do.

Considering the possibilities of joining our cosmic challenge?

It’s not too tough. Just create your post. Give it a title similar to the one I’ve got above or the one you’ll see at Dale’s spot. Copy your post’s URL address and paste it into the comment section of this post or Dale’s challenge post. Last is to use our world-famous tag #CosPhoChal (add it to your post’s tags) and guess what? You’re done!

K’lee L. © 2016

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