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The Smile on Saturday group’s challenge for 5/29 is “nothing in focus/out of focus” and i despaired bc I’m not sure *how* to do an unfocused shot with an Iphone camera. It turned out that taking my phone out of my pocket did it for me. Not a clue what it took a picture of though... giggling

Hopefully you can figure out where this is.

Macro Mondays theme ~ Games people play


Cluedo (/ˈkluːdoʊ/), or Clue in North America, is a murder mystery game for three to six players. The object of the game is to determine who murdered the game's victim, where the crime took place, and which weapon was used. Each player assumes the role of one of the six suspects, and attempts to deduce the correct answer by strategically moving around a game board representing the rooms of a mansion and collecting clues about the circumstances of the murder from the other players.

Ms Peacock In The Conservatory With The Rope


I accuse Miss Scarlet of committing the crime in the living room with the candlestick!

I've seen these several times over the years, usually attached to a leaf in the understory. I have no clue, other than it's some insect... maybe a cocoon or pupa of some type? Open to suggestions.


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Les Clues de Barles dans les Alpes de Hautes Provence

I think WandaVision is loosely based on this Miniseries.

Missing issue #11

All will become clear . . . In-camera double exposure.


Thanks for looking.


Here's my album for this year:


Last year's is here:

Another version of that Baker Street shot.

à Aiglun, vallée de l'Estéron (Alpes-Maritimes)

If you still can't figure out where i am from this photo...I can't help you. HAHAHAH


Now, if you'll excuse me...I'm going to go cry my eyes out because all my awesome photos from last night got deleted.


If you could please help me out with a MAC software for saving photos...that'd be awesome!


july 16: i still dont have internet sooo sorrryy ill be back next week, i am soo behind i know!

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"Macro Mondays" "Board Game Pieces"

This tiny hexagonal snowflake is beautiful with its geometry, but if you look a little closer, you’ll find some elusive clues to how bubbles form inside of a snowflake. This little gem is one I have been searching for, because it tells so very much about snowflake formation!


There are two primary ways that bubbles can form in a snowflake: one, simply put, is that the center part of an outgrowing crystal facet grows slower than the edges, creating a “cavity” inside. If environmental variables change for more rapid growth, this is sealed off into a bubble. This is how I always understood bubbles to form, but there is another way… and this alternative method explains a great deal.


Snowflakes will grow with thinner sections of their plates, often appearing somewhat “wrinkled” with waves of different thickness. We see that just outside of the center here. These areas actually “fill in” as the snowflake grows. Well after the footprint of the snowflake has grown beyond these features, they continue to evolve and grow. With a physics model that I cannot explain on a molecular level, during this internal thickening, bubbles will form just below the surface.


I have an idea how this might happen. If the “valleys” of the thin section of the snowflake increase thickness to the same profile as the rest of the crystal, the outer edge can become more like a canyon wall than a river bed. That near-90-degree angle might change things. If you have a sharp angle, water molecules might be more inclined to attach to that point, and potentially grow out as a “ceiling” over top of the canyon below. This would trap air inside, forming bubbles. Because these bubbles would be very thin and very close to the surface of the snowflake, it could evoke the colours we sometimes see due to thin film optical interference.


And moreover, this can happen multiple times, in “waves” or “layers”! On the left and upper right, just beyond the existing “ceiling” growth, we see bubbles already trapped in the layer of ice underneath it. This “canyon wall” concept could also potentially explain how small speckles of bubbles form, as the majority of a thinner layer would fill in until only a few pockets remain, that get covered over. If you have a keen eye, in the lower left, you can see some bubbles forming in the remaining valleys as they are being filled in.


Shot with a Lumix S1R and the Canon MP-E 65mm F/2.8 1x-5x macro lens, focus stacked and shot entirely handheld. Such moments are fleeting, and when a snowflake like this presents itself I need to act quickly. All images were shot in the span of a minute, and for a subject only 1mm in diameter, there is a treasure trove of discovery. It’s the reason I still head out and photograph snowflakes at every opportunity!


Curious to know more about the shooting techniques? My upcoming book, currently going through press checks that should complete this week, can be pre-ordered here:


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Clue de Chasteuil is a very scenic drive located in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence department in southeastern France. It’s one of the famous French balcony roads.Driving on this narrow road between walls of cliffs and gorges is a delight.

The road to the clue, a place where the river breaks through a band of limestone and is pushed into a short canyon, is called Route Departementale D952 and links the villages of Castellane and Palud-sur-Verdon. The surface of the road, with the Verdon river sparkling deep below in the canyon, is asphalted. There are not many roads like this in Europe, if you can handle the height and the prospect of a very long freefall this road absolutely has to be on the list of any road connoisseur. The journey offers superb views. It’s definitely worth it. A drive not to be missed! Don't forget your camera with lots of film/memory, fully charged batteries and an empty memory card! But to make photostops is almost impossible here.




This round piece of glass searches out the clues.

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"Arrested 7th October 1942..."


Two of the local 'Stolpersteine', which are cobblestone-sized memorials commemorating victims of the Holocaust.


Stolpersteine / [stumbling stones], by artist Gunter Demnig, are now found in many of the countries where the Jewish population was decimated in the Holocaust, including Norway.


An overview of Stolpersteine in Norway is available here.


4th October 2016 © Lise Utne

Tattoo: {Carol G.Tattoo} Clue - Red (The Lost&Found)

Outfit: {ISON} Faye Silk Slip - Pink

Hair: {Entwined} Lily - Roots

GreenHouse: {TIA} Rebecca's Garden Shack (Fameshed)

31st July 2014 © Lise Utne

song: neil young - "heart of gold"

have a nice weekend my friends

"The curtains behind / the dooor and windows / were closed, already / for some time.

Not even a cat / peeped through the / cleft of the fabric / and the flowers at the upper window / hold no clue."

One of the local 'Stolpersteine', which are cobblestone-sized memorials commemorating victims of the Holocaust.


Stolpersteine / [stumbling stones], by artist Gunter Demnig, are now found in many of the countries where the Jewish population was decimated in the Holocaust, including Norway.


An overview of Stolpersteine in Norway is available here.


20th September 2016 © Lise Utne

at the mall


14th May and 17th September 2013 © Lise Utne

For Macro Mondays theme "Games People Play".

domestic challenge: thank god for dishwashers, but who will do the pans? elvis? anyone?


20th September 2014 © Lise Utne

16th and 19th April 2014 © Lise Utne

ok, in gross violation of "DPT" principle I am posting this only because I think he's awesome and people wouldn't mind seeing him and he's an actual thing of what was posted yesterday as a pretend thing. The king hails from Moscow , where talented friend of ours gave him life, but obviously king's not a Russian fella though, he's far too streamlined and austere and disciplined and knight-like for that, all that's opposite to Russian formless mess .. I like him a lot.

Sit on my lap and whisper one to me.


1 - mark or sign used to show direction or position; a pointer (6)


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B&W conversion of a game of Clue, with Col Mustard in the Bedroom with the knife. For Macro Mondays theme "Crime"

thank god for plumbers


31st July 2014 © Lise Utne

notes surrounded by blanks, 19th April 2017


(© Lise Utne)


Colonel Mustard

With a pistol

In the library


I grew up playing board games. Checkers, Parcheesi, Monopoly, Easy Money, Chinese Checkers, Sorry, Mousetrap BattleShip, Stratego, Chess. Then Later on came Clue, Facts In Five, Scrabble, Trivial Pursuit, Bonkers, Yahtzee, and a lot more that escape my mind right now. Just good old fashioned fun that never got old or went out of style.

Olympus digital camera

Loved to play this game - sadly, have no one to play with anymore!

La Mata/Torrevieja, Spain


16th May 2014 © Lise Utne

15th May 2014 © Lise Utne

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