Friday Photo Challenge – postcard from the past

This week Sandy’s Friendly Friday Photo Challenge is encouraging (some of) us to improve our skills – no bad thing! Indeed her earlier post on SPARK and CANVA had me promising to check out and work with the latter this weekend. But, oh no, Sandy couldn’t wait that long.

Sandy’s been looking at old photos and wondering what to do with them – you and me both Sandy! Luckily Sandy has some great advice because there are many tools to creatively re-purpose photos. It’s easy to augment old photos with text and graphics, thereby injecting a sense of context and delight.

Now, I’ll be honest, Fridays are always busy days for me and I usually just dip into my photo archive to find something that broadly meets the challenge. I don’t have time to sort through those thousands of photos I’ve been meaning to scan, so here’s a few from the past month or so that I’ve played with a bit on CANVA to turn into Postcards.

I’m much enjoying these weekly challenges hosted on alternate weeks by either Amanda or Sandy because they force me to think about what’s in my photo archives and how I might re-purpose them.

If you’ve enjoyed this post, why not join in the fun?

Friendly Friday

14 thoughts on “Friday Photo Challenge – postcard from the past

  1. The dolphins playing in the water next to where the horse. was grazing.

    On Friday, November 13, 2020, View from the Back wrote:

    > Sheree posted: “This week Sandy’s Friendly Friday Photo Challenge is > encouraging (some of) us to improve our skills – no bad thing! Indeed her > earlier post on SPARK and CANVA had me promising to check out and work with > the latter this weekend. But, oh no, Sandy couldn’t ” >

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