K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Blurred!

Greetings All.

Welcome to Obzervashunal and welcome to another Monday, the day of the week my buddy Dale and I use to unveil the latest edition of our ongoing, K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge.

This week, the prompt for the challenge was selected by Dale, and he went with the following:

BLURRED

Now I admit, I initially had some lofty ideas for this one. I looked through several discs of shots hoping to get my hands on the perfect example(s) of great blur effects.

What I found…

Well, these are the works I choose:

The first shot a creation based on a photo of a carousel at our world-famous Pier 39, followed by three cyclists participating in the annual S.F. Triathlon held near Golden Gate Bridge, and a final shot of a blurred headdress on an Aztec dancer in our annual Carnival Festival.

With cycling something I do on a pretty regular basis, those three shots are my favorites of this batch.

I kind of wouldn’t mind mustering up speeds enough to become a blur on the road…

On second thought, it’s probably better to stick to sensible speeds.

As always with these challenges, we look forward to seeing what those of you choosing to join us come up with.

Don’t for get to head on over to Dale’s site to see his work and some of the linked entries there.

In the meanwhile, here’s to a fantastic remainder of Monday and a great week ahead for us all!

K’lee L.© 2019

14 thoughts on “K’lee and Dale’s Cosmic Photo Challenge: Blurred!

    1. Thank you! I literally walked into that triathlon event not knowing it was happening! I’m grateful I had my camera with me. I have so many more from that day, so I’ll have to post more of them.😊😊😊

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