Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring


I’ve posted a lot of pretty spring flowers lately so for this weeks photo challenge I’m going in a slightly different direction… This is a close up view of a fascinating kinetic sculpture at the Pacific Science Center and I thought the chrome coils looked like heavy, industrial springs.

Posted as part of the Weekly Photo Challenge:  Spring.

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53 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Spring

    1. Thanks, JT. It’s funny because while I take and enjoy lots of traditional shots these weekly challenges tend to bring out my contrary side and I start looking for new ways to interpret them. 🙂


  1. Love that you chose the literal interpretation for the photo challenge! This photo brought me to your blog, and I’ve had so much fun browsing through it. Great stories, wonderful photos! I’m a happy new follower 🙂


    1. Thanks, Sylvia. I knew once I saw this piece that I wanted to use it for Spring but it was a good thing the gallery wasn’t very full because I stood there for a while trying to get a photo that worked. 🙂


  2. Haha, I was thinking along similar lines Lisa, but I don’t think I have any photos of ‘springs’! Now if only I had a shot of a hare springing up! I fear I’m resigned to the floral route 😦
    Jude xx


  3. Awesome!!!!! Love it when someone takes a completely different direction. and they absolutely do look like springs. It’s a fantastic photo, all the more dramatic in B&W.


    1. I’m glad you like it! The color version was nice but there were some bright red flowers outside the window that distracted from the springs so I decided to fix it with B&W. 🙂


  4. I love this! I like to try and think a little outside the box when it comes to these photo challenges, but some times….Iike today…I’m just stumped, and I go with the flow 🙂 This is an awesome photo – you have a great talent!


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