Thank you to my friends Geri at Art Of Mob and @ampt for featuring my iPhoneography image ‘Horse on Lincoln West Common’.
‘Horse on Lincoln West Common’ is one of a number of equine iPhoneography images in my Instagram gallery. Living so close to Lincoln’s West Common where horses roam and graze freely allows for some great photographing. I often find myself wandering there especially when the weather is foggy. The atmosphere can be magical.
Within my Instagram collection I have a tag #skipology_horse:
Here are some of the highlights selected from the AMPt Community HORSES Photography gallery. If you see your image here, please introduce yourself to the community and point out which image is yours. Thank you ALL so much for your continuing support and fantastic submissions this week!
The tags and theme will be announced on MONDAYS so stay tuned to @AMPt for the announcements! If selected, the image will be featured on @AMPt IG gallery and on the AMPtCommunity website linked on @AMPt’s profile. The images must be 100% mobile shot and edited. We prefer FULL SQUARE IMAGES because they look better on the grid. On SUNDAY we will share with you our 4 favorite images for this week’s AMPt Community gallery. Good luck! Teach – Share – Learn – Inspire
Art Of Mob Feature
This week the response to the Solitary Challenge was overwhelmingly greater than the previous week’s Creative Blur. It was very difficult to select only a few images to showcase here. To view all of the entries, visit Instagram and search by hashtag #aom_solitary.
Solitary means different things to different people. It is interesting to see the type of images entered as it reveals a bit about how a person interprets the meaning of the word.
Geri ~ Art of Mob
Being solitary is being alone well: being alone luxuriously immersed in doings of your own choice, aware of the fullness of your won presence rather than of the absence of others. Because solitude is an achievement ~ Alice Koller
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