Greetings, and welcome to another Friday. I got started on this post with the sun still not risen. Time constraints forced me to hold off and wait until I was back home at my ‘official blogging desk to complete it.
Fridays as it has done for a while now, not only signals the end of the week and beginning of what is hopefully a weekend for many if not most of you, it also means a new prompt for the upcoming Monday’s ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’ is at hand.
This week, I’m taking the duties of offering up a prompt, and the one I’ve decided to run with is:
WHEN DAY TURNS INTO NIGHT
Now, as with all the previous prompts my buddy Dale and I have placed before you, you are free to interpret this prompt in any way you like. You can use effects in such a way as to create your own simulation of night… hmmm, opens all kinds of possibilities, right? You can perhaps wow us with a dual-shot of the same locale taken in the daytime… and, you guessed it, at night- the choices are literally endless!
The small photo above, for instance belongs to a post I did some time ago of ‘dawn photography. Looks like night, right? This could possibly work for the new prompt, but I won’t use it…
At the other end of the spectrum is a photo I used in another post that for me speaks obviously of sunrise and early morning city silhouettes. This too could possibly work for the new prompt… but I doubt I’ll use it.
Because last week’s prompt and it’s subsequent responses were so fantastic, I figure it’s my duty to keep the challenge part of the ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’ well, challenging.
So, with all that said, the above shot is meant to represent YOU literally dreaming not of a new prompt, but of this one where, Day Turns Into Night because of your fantastic creativity…
Don’t know how to put it all together? It’s like this:
Create your post as you would any other. Give it a title somewhat similar to the one you see above. Copy your post’s URL and come Monday, paste it into the comment section of either the challenge post you’ll see here come Monday, or the one you’ll find here at Dale’s site. Lastly, be sure to use our #CosPhoChal tag so others can see your magnificent work!
K’lee L. © 2016