Weekly Photo Challenge: Lost in the details
What does that mean – “lost in the details”? The current WordPress photo challenge asks us to find “photographs beyond the obvious…details hiding in plain sight.”
Some of the photos I’m offering this time are snippets cropped out of larger photos, interesting bits and pieces that weren’t the main point of the original image. Others are images around the corner, so to speak – sights that you could easily overlook. Anyway, here they are…
A few thousand years ago, somebody in Ephesus enjoyed this mosaic in the entrance hall of their home.
This dragonfly at Krka Falls, Croatia stayed in one place just long enough for me to photograph it. Thanks, dragonfly.
High over the entrance to a church in Venice, the angel Gabriel (I think) blows his horn.
Ripening oranges next to a house in Dubrovnik, Croatia.
It was hot at a street fair last Memorial Day in my town…
…and overheated dogs were grateful for a drink of water.
His name, as best I can make out, was O. Maria Barbaro, and he must have been important in Venice of the 1600s.
A tiny developing pine cone in Yellowstone Park.
If you aren’t looking carefully, you’ll never spot the Painted Cottage.