“Golden Mop” There is nothing like getting up close and personal. This week we were to fill the frame with our subject with no background. This cypress grows in our yard and each time the wind kicks up, the needles sway with the wind. So beautiful. Advertisements
Multnomah Falls – Pre Eagle Creek Fire
“Serenity” The edges are whisper soft, soothing to look at. Its silence is accepting while it entices you to touch it. Complete serenity.
“Smooth” It’s rich. It’s rare. Well, not that rare, but it is smooth. The color says it all and once it begins to breathe, you can smell the richness. From the Pacific NW. Pendleton.
“Sunbathing” In the springtime, the sun flows over the land, slowly warming nature. The vines start to grow and reach towards the warmth. Each petal encapsulating as much as they can. Then they burst. Glorious. CLEMATIS ~Mixed Colors~ Wonderful large blooms 20+ Perennial Vine Seeds
“Garden Pathway” This week we were to capture an image that shows the composition based on rhythm or pattern. The alternating stones in the garden pathway shows not only rhythm but also a break in that rhythm along the way.
“Tulum” Thousands of years old, its buildings slowly crumbling. The houses and other structures made of wood are long gone, just the stones remain. We get to the top of one of the walls after a long hike up, and the shore says it all. This was the perfect place for the Mayans to settle. … More “Tulum”
“Here’s Looking at You” The week, it was photographer’s choice. I wanted to get the fish all together to show the different colors. I was amazed that I was able to get all four of them together and in focus. It almost looks like they were watching what I was doing.
“Liquid Blue” This week, in our 52 week challenge, we were to make an image that would represent a quiet moment or scene of serenity. To me, there is nothing more serene than a hot bubble bath. The room makes the experience extra special if it decorated in a calming color, like blue, to help … More Week 4 (Quiet Moment) – Liquid Blue