A very late start to the day, but a start nonetheless.
Mondays, as some of you know, are known here at Obzervashunal for the unveiling of the latest ‘K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge’. It’s a challenge me and my buddy Dale, from across the pond, came up with months ago.
This past Friday, as Fridays tend to be here, our challenge and prompt was set:
THE POWER OF THREES
Why not the power of fours or fives?
No particular reason I didn’t choose another set of numbers. I like the number three and photographically, threes can be expressed in some interesting ways.
What did I decide on for this week’s challenge?
…something a little different. I choose three sets of threes; various images belonging to a certain photographic type, taken at different times throughout different months and years.
My first ‘power of threes’ belong to the STONE family:
My second ‘power of threes’ set belong to the ‘people-centric’ family:
and my third(!) ‘power of threes’ set belong to the WILDLIFE / BLACK AND WHITE PHOTOGRAPHY(GRAPHICS) / ONLINE SHOP- kDesignationz (…shameless plug, indeed!)
So, there you have it. My interpretation of my own POWER OF THREES challenge for this ongoing Monday here at Obzervashunal!
What’s your take on the POWER OF THREES?
You know, if I as creator of this particular prompt can be a little late in the unveiling, it’s certainly not too late for you to join in the fun.
It’s not as complicated as it may look.
Here’s all you need to do:
Create your post as you normally do. Give it a title with ‘the power of threes‘ or something similar. Once done, you can copy your post’s URL and paste it into the comment section of either Dale’s (linked above!) or this challenge post. This creates what’s called a ‘pingback’; letting others see your amazing work.
Lastly, if you add our #CosPhoChal tag to your post’s tags so even more, maybe MILLIONS more see your work… (okay, maybe NOT millions, but you never know?)
Thanks for reading this late post. Hope you’ve been entertained even a little!
Hope you all have a great week ahead.
K’lee L. © 2017