Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'October 2020 Challenges' started by jk703, Sep 28, 2020.
wow, this made me think. I get inspired yesterday.
My antonym pair is cooked & raw.
You can find a lot of antonyms in my page, I am sure, Up and down, clean and dirty, big and small, urban and natural... reality and reflection in art... You can pick what you see... just to explain we have a floating statue of two gigantic PET bottles in the lake to make sure people take recycling more seriously...
Big & Little
I too have a couple of antonyms on my page, this is a really fun idea for a challenge
My antonyms are: solid/liquid (the title is placed over a beautiful stone walkway around the memorial) the reflecting pool is my liquid. Sitting/standing. The tree is living and the bombed building signifies the deaths that occured.
Mother/daughter or old/young:
my antonyms are big/small (the big moulin and the small sculpture and us)
Yay! I finally got one! Baby/Mama - Big/Small - Young/Old - whichever!
Here's my take:
There are a couple different word pairs that I thought of for this photo:
Warm/Cold, Winter/Summer (which is what a Midwest fall really is - a little bit of both!)
this was fun
faded vs. bright
Thanks for the challenge, Jenn.
I choice is big and small or old and young.
I went with high/low.
Raw and cooked also, before and after!
I was gonna figure out something clever but I ended up with old-new:
Same view- Summer vs Winter!
Leafy/Leafless (or maybe bare/clad?)
My words are Happiness/Disappointment
I figured that these two words would count
I chose dark/light for my page:
Here's my page for the challenge. The antonyms I chose are "Together Apart". The images in the circles are all part of a screen grab of a Zoom call to celebrate a family birthday.