If plan A doesn’t work, the alphabet has 25 more letters – 204 if you’re in Japan.~Claire Cook
For this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #126, we’re going back to basics–namely, the ABC’s. We’re starting at the very beginning with the letter A. What images can you find that feature a subject that begins with the letter A? Here are some ideas to get you started:
A is for Anacapri, Architecture, and Arches
Image 1: View of Anacapri, Italy
Image 2: Architecture, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, Massachusetts
Image 3: Arches in the lobby of the Brooklyn Museum of Art, Brooklyn, NY
Signs, Letters, Graffiti
You can also include images of signs and graffiti that include the letter A. This next image captured in the North End of Boston features a wonderfully quirky place, All Saints Way, as well as several signs with the letter A.
Concepts with the Letter A
You can also take a conceptual approach. Here’s an image shot this week on an evening walk. I wanted to convey the concept of “alone.” I call it “Alone at Sunset.”
In this week’s Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #126: An Alphabet Challenge–Subjects That Begin with the Letter A, we invite you share images that feature a subject that starts with the letter A. You can also include signs and graffiti with the letter A. For an added challenge, capture an image that illustrates a concept with the letter A, such as alone, abstract, or afraid. In your post, include a link to my original post and use the Lens-Artists tag so that everyone can find your post in the WP Reader. We hope you join the fun!
Looking back at last week, we were inspired by Tina’s gorgeous images created to highlight the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi. In her “You Pick It” challenge, we were treated to a variety of subjects close to your hearts.
Have You Seen These?
- Janet of This, That and the Other Thing treats us to a beautiful gallery of images in white
- Pat of Living Life Almost Gracefully writes about transitions in life and shares images of transitions in nature
- Nes Felicio shares beautiful images of the moon and a changing sky over time.
In closing, once again I’d like to give special thanks to all of you in our creative community for your continued participation, support, enthusiasm, and creativity. You always inspire us! I hope you have a wonderful, creative week and please stay safe.