Weekly not-Phoneography Challenge : Future tense

This week not-phoneography challenge : Future tense.

“It’s a dangerous business, Frodo, going out your door. You step onto the road, and if you don’t keep your feet, there’s no knowing where you might be swept off to.”

– J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings

(still cheating as my cell phone remains old-fashioned; a picture taken with my good old DSLR) On top of the magnificent sand dunes in San Luis Valley, Colorado, USA, in May 2011.  Making my own path towards … what’s next!

[Fr]  (je continue de tricher puisque mon portable fait toujours partie de la vieille génération; une photo prise avec mon bon vieux DSLR) Du haut des dunes de sable de San Luis Valley, dans le Colorado, USA, en Mai 2011.  Pas à pas, suivant un chemin qui mène … toujours plus loin!

[Es]  (sigo participando sin usar celular porque el mio pertenece a la antigua generación; una foto sacada con el bueno DSLR querido)  Desde la cumbre de las dunas de arenas en San Luis Valley, Colorado, EE.UU., en Mayo 2011.  Paso a paso, siguiendo el camino que me trae … ¡cada día más allá!

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… More about the future, here!

Have a fabulous week-end!

21 commentaires sur “Weekly not-Phoneography Challenge : Future tense

  1. As I have no real interest in these « phonography » challenges, your most beautifully captured image has inspired me to do a little « dumpster diving » in my archives to see what I may for this weeks challenge. Made with my « real » camera of course. I’ve never been one to follow the theme too literally anyway 😛

    1. I’m not interested in the phone challenge but in the photo challenge as my phone is not one of those fancy ones. plus, you know how much I love my camera, even if I don’t have it with me right now. I’m happy that you found my picture « most beautifully captured » and that it inspired you to get something (absolutely gorgeous, I’ll bet) out of your archives or your recent photos to share with us. I like the not-literal note anyway. I’ll be looking out for yours…

    1. Thanks! for the compliment and the wishes! I hope to come back with nice pictures (a friend lent us his camera… since I’m still without one for 1 more month) AND great stories about diving the Blue Hole! 😉 Have a great time too!

    1. Yeah! I was so happy with my Nikon D60! (it’s over in France right now, waiting to be held again after being fully repaired … 😦 meanwhile, I wait for a friend from France to bring me a compact while another friend here in Mexico lends us one for our vacation in Belize; what would life be without friends, I ask you?!?)

      Get one! it’s amazing what you can do with it! (and a tiny little bit of editing too 😉

Parlons-en!

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