Weekly Photo Challenge Contrasts: A Frog, Bridesmaids, and A Bride

Frog

Frog

A Frog Tale

A dime sized frog showed up on a window sill of the cabin we were staying at over the weekend to attend a wedding. A couple of the bridesmaids were with us. These are not squeamish gals. We all crowded into the small bathroom, to admire this tiny being. I carried it out to join its brethren, then we went back to getting prettied up for the next day. There was talk of hair products and makeup as usual for such events. In the morning when I left my Italian conditioner in the shower I called out:
“The Giovanni is in the shower!”
one of the lovely bridesmaids called back:
Oh! Is that the name of the frog?”

Sometimes the Princess names the frog instead of kisses it, a much better outcome for a modern Fairy Tail don’t you think?

This all started out as post for Weekly photo challenge/contrasts/. Well here we have dark against light, soft against hard, and old against new story. Oh you might enjoy a few images of the girls.

The Bride and Her Dog Pip Lots of contrast here too.

The Bride and Her Dog Pip Lots of contrast here too.

Mia the bridesmaid who named the frog

Maya the bridesmaid who named the frog.

Mia and my daughter Jessie waiting to escort the bride on a windy day by the sea.

Maya and my daughter Jessie waiting to escort the bride on a windy day by the sea.

Which photo has the most contest too you?

The photo’s are inspired by Lens and Pens and the writing was under the influence of  Margo Rody‘s Tuesday Tryout

 

 

 

 

12 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge Contrasts: A Frog, Bridesmaids, and A Bride

  1. I don’t know about contrast, but I love the little frog photo – and the photo of Jessie and Mia waiting in the wind in the wings. Did Pip take part in the ceremony? I attended a wedding where the bride’s poodle was the ring bearer!

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  2. The last image has such a natural ambience about it. The young women are casual and happy in their roles. The setting makes for a marvelous backdrop. I like the post-processing that adds even more to the natural elements. Happy Photo Challenge.

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    • This post was a joy to put together. The one of the girls is becoming one of my very favorite of daughter.
      As always your insightful comments are greatly appreciated.

      Happy shooting
      Carol

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  3. Pingback: Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge: Editing and Processing with Apps (PhotoStudio) | Lens and Pens by Sally

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