Very funny Joan!!
#1 is most definitely a cop out!
It's not level though!!!
Technically it fits the theme however, it ticks all the 'empty' boxes!
Subject, foreground, background, composition, exposure....even colour....all empty!
I'm curious though, is it an actual photograph? Or did you cheat and just click the 'paint fill' tool in Photoshop?
You know what?...forget I asked such an insulting question!
Of course it's a genuine photograph....the tell-tale, subtle tones of the inside of your lens cap are unmistakable!
And I should know what the inside of a lens cap looks like!!
Empty - Hehe, very good. Someone had to do it Don't listen to the others going on about the traps. Your Empty night shot wins it for me
Plastic - Good work, and good thinking to blur the image a little to prevent the more nefarious from stealing your details !
(That's @Dave70D and his G.A.S. addiction )
Interior - #2... It does indeed look like a botanical print you may find on a wall or in a book.
Very nicely composed and executed and the subtle use of the flower's colour for the frame really tops it off Excellent.
Not that #1 isn't good, but #2 rocks it.
Life - As you say, Life in Britain with our weather... A challenging subject.
Free Week - I think I'm going to plump for your 'one hour earlier' shot. I love the blueness of it. Is it Pepperland? I'm looking for a Dreadful Flying Glove.
Closed - Ah yes, good call on the theme. I need to get my thinking cap on for this one.
Wide - That is one odd looking bridge. Is it a waterway of some kind?
Dirty - #3 for me. I prefer the purple as it stands out more.
Drink - LOL, very good, that did make me chuckle. Lovely portrait. I do think the focus is on hte nose rather than the eye though. For deep enough DoF that it doesn't really matter.
Full - Great colour contrast of the orange and purple. Liking the use of the edge in the background to land the glass.
Free Week - I think I'm going to plump for your 'one hour earlier' shot. I love the blueness of it. Is it Pepperland? I'm looking for a Dreadful Flying Glove. - It is the BP at Grangemouth looking across the Forth.
Wide - That is one odd looking bridge. Is it a waterway of some kind? - It is the underside of the Clackmannanshire Bridge over the River Forth.
Great building Joan!
Those rich, vivid colours are tremendous, and the sky has a wonderful sense of foreboding!
The pig works for me....nice little bonus for the eye to find....and ponder why it's there!
Great image Joan!