Week 3 Mystery Challenge Solved

The best way to develop the art of seeing is to look at eveyday objects with a new perspective. Over the last few weeks our members at Excio have been doing exactly that. Every week we had a different theme and were trying to see things around us in a new extraordinary way. Last week our theme tied in with Earth Day and once all submissions were in we threw a challenge to our wider community to try and guess what was in the photos. If you stop reading now, you can still join the guessing game - Just head to our FB page to see the featured images and see if you can guess what was photographed! If you already went to the FB page to guess but were stumped on some of the images or just want to confirm your answers – keep scrolling!


There are more new exciting challenges coming for Excio members next month, so if you don’t want to miss the fun, keep checking your emails and your exciohub.io area.


"The storms of Jupiter" by Charlotte E. Johnson

"A soap bubble with colours altered in Photoshop."


"Bubble bubble toil and trouble" by Helen Knight

"Water, oil, and dishwashing liquid. experimenting with macro and extension tubes."


"Ink" by Tanya Rowe

"I took this macro photo of a globe. I really liked the softness of the colour that the narrow depth of field created."


"Dancing in the light" by Vicki O'Connor

"Tree roots caught up in a rapid with the water flowing through them."



"Here Drive" by Don McLeod

"Close up of dried cracked mud through lack of rain."


"Futuristic" by Don McLeod

"Close up of a small Christmas decoration with has a small windmill which is driven by wind power."


"Bobbles and ribbons" by Karen Miller

"The Dead head of a rose just after the petals have all dropped."


"Hats Off" by Wendy Pemberton

"Acorn Cap, the cupule."


"Dreaming" by Don McLeod

"Picture of a cabbage tree against a blue sky."

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