K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: What’s the Prompt???

K'lee and Dale's

 

Now he’s gone and done it.

He’s really gone and done it.

Of whom do I speak and what’s he gone and done, you ask?

skate king_sm

It’s the weekend here at Obzervashunal, and I refer to my buddy Dale, who this week takes the helm in offering up the latest prompt in our ongoing, K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge!

Basically, he’s gone and turned the world as we know it…

UPSIDE DOWN

look to the sky_02

Yes, you heard right. Dale, for this week’s challenge, is asking us to work with the prompt, Upside Down and I for one am really looking forward to this one! I mean, I look forward to ALL of them, but this one has that certain… I don’t know- mystique to it…

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… or maybe it just feels like a bit of fun heading my way as I attempt to turn this prompt into something out of the ordinary.

Interested?

If you are, and I can’t picture a reason (see what I did there???) you wouldn’t want to join in on the fun, here’s all you need to do. (Oh! Don’t forget to click the link to Dale’s site up above to get his take on his challenge!)

San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts, Great Egret photography

…falling for you

Create your post as you normally would. Once you feel it’s a done deal, come Monday, you can copy its URL and paste it into the comment section of Dale’s Monday challenge post or the one you’re sure to find here at Obzervashunal.

Be sure to use our #CosPhoChal tag, along with any other tags you choose to use, and you’ll be done!

Cycling Giant stretching preparation outdoors

 

Alright. You are now free to return safely to your weekend in progress, but I’m hoping somewhere in the back of your minds are floating a few photographic ideas that could very well turn us all Upside Down!

K’lee L. © 2018

 

7 thoughts on “K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: What’s the Prompt???

          1. By a strange coincidence I was talking to someone about Woodpeckers today after they had two different species in their yard at the weekend. I think we’ve had 6 species in the yard this year.

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