Weekly Photo Challenge: Object

Some photographs, like portraits, focus on individuals, while still-life moments capture the beauty (and often treasured stories) of belongings and found objects.

The Daily Post – Cheri Lucas Rowlands

Object

I’ll bet this old basket ball has a few good stories to tell…

Found during a walkΒ in the woods and posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge:Β  Object.

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57 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Object

  1. There’s a soccer ball that’s been in our yard since my son was in high school. He turned 30 last week. When I get home tomorrow, I’ll try to remember to snap its portrait and post it.

    1. So would I. πŸ˜‰ If I could find that trail again I would go back and see if it was still there but we ended up there while looking for a beach we never found and now I don’t remember exactly where we were!

  2. This is a gorgeous capture. The leaf colors and textures are so rich and vibrant, and the ball almost blends in yet is just enough of an even shape to say man made. I love this shot.

  3. Did you alter the colors in this photo? – just curious – but wow – what a beautiful shot. The ferns caught my attention on the second viewing – and of course that ball!! very nice. πŸ™‚

    1. Thanks for your nice comments. πŸ™‚ The only editing on this photo was lightening the shadows, the colors are exactly what I saw standing on the trail. I’m happy to hear you like it!
      Lisa

  4. Love it!
    We have an old soccer ball that sort of “came with the house”…It’s pretty much flat and useless but I can’t bring myself to toss it away! I always wonder whose it was, and figure if I move, I’ll leave it behind for the next owner to contemplate!
    Great shot, my friend! And thanks so much for visiting my blog as often as you do, and liking my posts. πŸ™‚

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