Category Archives: Cee’s Fun Photo Challenge

Another challenge from Cee –, and this is what she has to say:

How It Works?

Each week I will have a specific theme.

To give you a heads up on what challenges are coming in the next few week, I’ll try and keep ahead a list topics for you. You can always check back on this page or on the currently week page to see what challenges are coming up.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: The Color Purple


My “take” on V Van Gogh’s rather more polished masterpiece…

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Sometimes, I swear Izzy’s normally smoky grey coat looks purple. Here she is, reflecting  the shade from the camel blanket she’s lying on


This picture was taken on the same day as my entry for Weekly Photo Challenge:  Perspective.  As it happens, I had just come back from a week in Venice.  When I saw this vision going past my front gate, I thought I might as well have saved the airfare.

That little sweetheart in the canoe spent the day paddling up and down the street doing errands for those who weren’t fit enough to wade through to the local shops.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: The Color Purple

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Sepia


Fabrica Real de Tabacos, Seville – the real-life setting for Bizet’s “Carmen”


Detail on an archway at Saqqara


No prizes for guessing where this was taken


This camel would only pose for baksheesh

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Above a door in Padua

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge – Sepia Tones

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: White


One tiny little white feather, caught on a thorn


Following the trail we found the owner ..040

Who decided to take a good look at us


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Pearl Roundabout, Doha, Qatar (they know how to take very pretty traffic calming measures there…)


Pretty archway with a lot of points but no apparent purpose, also Doha, Qatar.

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, White

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Orange

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A little late to the table this week, here’s my offering for “Orange”.  This is from a few years ago when Adolf the Oranda, Dave the Sarassa, Lou the Black Moor and Fred the Shubunkin were small and young and got along together. 

Innocent me didn’t know at the time that the comet type goldfish don’t get along with the fancies, and poor Lou was murdered by either Dave or Fred. Since then Adolf has moved on, found a boyfriend (Clarke), became a mother, ate her children and divorced Clarke – as recounted in Daily Prompt: But No Cigar.  The residents of Baskerville Manor don’t need to follow a soap opera, we write our own, every day Smile

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge:  Orange