I missed the sunday still challenges for 4-5 weeks now. I cant miss them anymore. Here is my entry for this week’s challenge: Textures!
I’m also including the snaps for some of the challenges which I missed!!
I missed you all! Sunday Stillers!
welcome back 🙂
great photos, the first one for this weeks challenge is wicked great work
Beautiful texture in the first one!
Welcome back! I missed last week…and it felt so strange. We must have an addiction to Sunday Stills, eh?
I love that first shot. Reminds me of toffee!
Welcome home Bro, great shots! That last one for silouettes is fantastic..:-)
Hi Nivin, we missed you!! Great shots, of course. Is that second one skin? 🙂
Awesome shots, I like your texture, but that tri-color is a great capture too.
I love the colour in the silhouette!
The first photo is just wonderful. Thanks for adding the challenges you missed.
I’ve been gone too…well I’ve been here…just to busy to get Sunday Stills done. But, summers are that way. Nice to see you, and your photos are as beautiful as ever!
Sweet! Cracked riverbed? Sunset sea? Dude, including previous SS challenges is pure commitment! What a vivid trio of colours in the background sky in silouhette shot. Is that you on a timer shot? 😉
Nice to see you back. And making up for lost time too! Love the picture of the silhouette.
Fabulous pictures! What are those textures? The wildflowers are very pretty!
Coming back strong….those are great photos!
Great shots! Loved the shots of the Taj and the story, too, which I did not know. I’m glad you are back!
Great shots here, love them all…great photography.
Great photos ,great texture on the first one. Your shilouette photo is awesome, so many background colors:)
We have missed you also, great pictures I always look forward to your posts.
Great textures and you’ve got a nice silhouette too-
I missed last week too and was disappointed to have missed the challenge while out of town as I love wildflowers – never occurred to me to post anyway. Oh well!
(I enjoyed your photos and story about the Taj Mahal as well. Stories like that disgust me with the self-centeredness of the American educational system. I really feel like excepting the Revolution, if it didn’t happen in this country after WW1, I didn’t learn about it. My favorite thing about homeschooling my kids is that I can make up for my deficiencies and learn alongside them. )
They’re all amazing, it’s hard to choose one, so I won’t… It wouldn’t be fair tbh. And welcome back 🙂
I like the top one most, even they are all nice.