iSpy #6

By | February 13, 2021

iSpy Photo Challenge 2021

Messy My desk at home, which has gotten all too messy. It’s kind of starting to drive me crazy.

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Writing I decided to pull out an old journal that I have of my Grandmother’s. I may have to spend some time and reread it.

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Glass I had some different ideas for glass and ended up taking a picture of this glass candle jar. I thought it was pretty with the light of the candle.


Alive This is Poison Ivy or Virginia Creeper (I think). Even though it’s red, it’s still alive…unfortunately. Its so invasive.

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Photographer’s Choice I had to pick Alex up from school and snapped this with my iPhone as I drove down the road to the school.

Auburn High School

This week my photos were taken with:
Canon EOS 6D DSLR Camera
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 STM Lens
iPhone 12 Pro

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I’d love you to join along with us next week! Challenge yourself this week to step out of your comfort zone. Get low, go high, change your angle, get close, back up. Do something different with your shots this week! A couple simple guidelines..
1. Anyone can participate.
2. Since this challenge is meant to help you expand your eye for photography, try to take five new photos this week for the challenge. Or do as many as you got!
3. If you find yourself struggling, you may use one photo from your archive, but who will really know…
4. Link up here on Saturday or sometime before the next Saturday. You can use the button below or just a link would be nice.
5. Have fun iSpying!

Let's Play iSpy 2021

For next week the prompts you will be looking to photograph or iSpy are as follows:
– Progress
– Sign
– Picture of a Picture
– Selfie – Here’s another quarterly pic that we’ll do. If you’re anything like me you hate taking pictures of yourself, but I think it’s important.
– Photographer’s Choice

Suggest a Prompt! If you have a prompt you would like to do, please comment below or email me with your ideas! I’ll keep a running list of those and use as needed.

Have fun with it! Happy iSpying!

14 thoughts on “iSpy #6

    1. Lysha Post author

      I know. So glad some of this stuff got packed a way, because a lot of the stuff I would have loved to have had got chunked. 🙁

  1. Carol Gunn

    dots or stripes
    found object
    shape – eg. triangle
    kitchen object

  2. CarolG

    Your messy is my tidy – haha.
    My fave is your son ALex’s school. The colours, the horizontal vs the vertical shapes, the built vs nature. Thanks for the challenge. CarolG

  3. CarolG

    More suggestions:
    wood, handmade, scented, grid, newsprint, sepia, water, star, home, folded, postcard, button, spill, advertising, alone, together, torn, cut, pattern, page, wet, dry, tool…

  4. Leslie Susan Clingan

    I enjoy seeing my parents and grandparents handwriting. Special keepsakes. I never knew my grandfathers and have very little in their writing.

    We had a pretty little flower that my MIL had given me the seeds for. It started out so pretty and then it went crazy…like on steroids and took over everything. We couldn’t control it and had to pull it all out. So sad because it really was pretty.

    Nice interpretation of glass. Looks kind of abstract. And warm and glowy.

    1. Lysha Post author

      My ‘Great-Great’ as I called her who was my Granddad’s mom had handwriting that was so unique. I could only find writings from when she had gotten arthritis so bad so I didn’t take pics of that.

  5. Natasha

    Your grandmother’s handwriting is so pretty. I’ve heard the term “copperplate” before when referring to writing and I think your grandmother’s is a perfect example. And your son’s school looks magical through those trees.

    1. Lysha Post author

      Ha! I don’t think he would call it magical! It is a really cool building. Only been open a few years. I’ll have to google copperplate. It is amazing how everyone used to write in cursive more than not.


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