Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Roads

Today I’m looking back at my old Instagram images. So here, for you, are some roads (or road related things) I’ve Instagramed (is that used as a verb yet?) :)

I think that takes us far enough back into my Instagram for now. Want to follow me on Instagram? It’s jennifernicholewells :)

Weekly Photo Challenge: Pattern

pat·tern

n.

1.

a. A model or original used as an archetype.
b. A person or thing considered worthy of imitation.
2. A plan, diagram, or model to be followed in making things: a dress pattern. See Synonyms at ideal.
3. A representative sample; a specimen.
4.

a. An artistic or decorative design: a paisley pattern. See Synonyms at figure.
b. A design of natural or accidental origin: patterns of bird formations.
5. A consistent, characteristic form, style, or method, as:

a. A composite of traits or features characteristic of an individual or a group: one’s pattern of behavior.
b. Form and style in an artistic work or body of artistic works.
6.

a. The configuration of gunshots upon a target that is used as an indication of skill in shooting.
b. The distribution and spread, around a targeted region, of spent shrapnel, bomb fragments, or shot from a shotgun.
7. Enough material to make a complete garment.
8. A test pattern.
9. The flight path of an aircraft about to land: a flight pattern.
10. Football A pass pattern.

With these definitions I venture to say that there are patterns in the stars, such as the constellations or simply that the stars in the sky are a pattern in themselves.

With that, the space craft below is also a pattern- a miniature diagram/representation of the real thing.

This image was taken with an iPhone 4s and edited with vsco cam. The picture is of a 1:72 scale unpainted plastic space craft laid on black glitter glued to foam core.
This image was taken with an iPhone 4s and edited with vsco cam. The picture is of a 1:72 scale unpainted plastic space craft laid on black glitter glued to foam core.

Weekly Photo Challenge: From Above

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I took this photo with my iPhone 4s during Jacksonville’s Crowdfunding Festival- One Spark. I had just taken a behind the scenes tour of MOCA with my gallery practices class and quickly shot this panorama from the 4th floor art studio window, looking down on Hemming Park and the giant foam duck UNF sculpture students created. The One Spark weekend was so much fun and I think it was the start of some great things to come in Jacksonville, FL.

#PhotoJax500

Submitted 4 more images to #PhotoJax500 today. You might be familiar with a few of them.

“The 3rd set, “PS #4″ was taken one morning at Public School #4 here in Jacksonville. For these I focused very much on the beauty of natural light in this down-trodden environment.”

Tourmaline .

#PhotoJax500 in review: If you haven’t seen them yet, here are the images I’ve submitted so far to the #PhotoJax500 project. Thought I’d share them here so they’re easier to page through. The 1st set, “Mushrooms,” was done with shitaki mushrooms, 8 ounces of black glitter and a holographic foam board, and 2 table top studio lights. The 2nd set, “Christmas Village,” was taken just this morning of select pieces of my uncle’s miniature Christmas village he sets up at his house each year. The 3rd set, “PS #4” was taken one morning at Public School #4 here in Jacksonville. For these I focused very much on the beauty of natural light in this down-trodden environment.

For more information about the competition (entry deadline is January 14th) click the links below:

#photojax500 facebook

#photojax500 webpage

current entries on twitter

current entries on instagram

My blogs about this subject.

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