First off, a wee
of my own. Take a good hard beak at some images, and then—
If you can. No need to be precise (ball-park will do).
If the first above isn’t enough here’s a further clue, make of it what you will (and be advised, a clue is in the name of this game itself: Twinkle).
And did they ever twinkle!
How easy is it to catch a movement (twinkling) in a single shot (static imagery)? But I adore such challenges—they make the week a little more surreal.
to let you off the hook here’s the solution in a single shot. The latest incarnation of an ancient jest had been played out not too long before I got there—
—and I stood over on the far right focussing down to catch my twinkles for you. Detergent and a fountain combine to produce the loveliest twinkles—just as well it never occurs to these artists to add Condy’s crystals to the mix …
Also interesting to see how much the moss or weed has grown over those rocks since I last snapped this lot in winter. So: next week’s challenge, what will it be? Something meaty, I hope.
I didn’t means sausages, or chops. And don’t ask me, I’m still trying to do something with “Twinkle, twinkle, little bubble …”
For Ishaiya, a bubbly blob of bigger better bouncey bubbles—
—and not a paver in sight. Okaaaaay, I did lean over the paving to reach the foam … a bit … . (Clicking on image should open it up to bigger … )