Wild Weekly Challenge – Look Up!


I’m participating in the onlineadventure travel and photography magazine LetsBeWild.com’s Wild Weekly Photo Challenge for bloggersThis week’s Challenge is: Look Up, so venture into nature and point your lens above you!

How could I not participate in this!!

I love looking up!

Looking up, you become aware of the dance of the trees:

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Looking up, you see the moon:

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you see galahs on the telephone wires, grooming (or cuddling):

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Magpies watching sunset:

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You see the city, shimmering and gleaming:

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or stolid in the rain and brooding:

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and clouds:

looking up there are clouds, sunset lit and coloured. dressing a sky in ephemeral beauty:

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& even in suburbia, looking up, there are rainbows:

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32 comments on “Wild Weekly Challenge – Look Up!

  1. Cuidado says:

    Very good entry. Now off to black and white…


  2. Graham Clements says:

    Some of those cloud shots are amazing.


  3. Imelda says:

    Congratulations for the winning shot, Keira. 🙂


    • thank you 🙂 It was a wonderful surprise to receive the honourable mention! So delighted I actually took on the next challenge – for the sheer joy. & of course, it’s predominately trees


  4. bulldog says:

    Oh man damn what lovely photos… felt as though I was lying on my back…


  5. pommepal says:

    Congratulations on your honourable mention, well deserved, really beautiful series of photos, I love the description “dancing trees” I love to photograph our graceful gums.


  6. Anna says:

    Lovely images, Keira. Thanks for sharing! x


  7. To get the code working: When you go to the Write page, at the top of the Write box are two tabs: one says Visual and one says Code. If you click on the Code one you’ll get taken to the HTML editor, which is where you can insert any code you want in a post. Then just switch back to the visual editor once you’ve pasted the html code into the code editor


  8. Madhu says:

    Spectacular trees as always Keira! And skies too 🙂
    You should try deleting their HTML code from the top and insert their blog url as a link instead.. I didn’t post the code either.


    • Thanks, Madhu 🙂 Someone’s just sent me through a fix & if it doesn’t work, shall try your version 🙂


    • I fixed it – courtesy of one reader 🙂 But it all probably means I missed the deadline 😦 Ah well. The next one is black & white & I haven’t played much with that. Shall keep an eye out for others though 🙂


  9. Neil Rickert says:

    There’s something broken about the links in your post. But that did not prevent me from enjoying your pictures.


  10. Great photos and an impressive take on the challenge! Oh, the trees…beautiful.


  11. niasunset says:

    Oh dear Keira, amazing… these trees how beautiful and also the skies, and the birds… and moon shots. This is great post. Thank you, love, nia


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