07 September 2012
Let me know which is your favorite.
Recently, I was completing errands at an infrequent spot for such excursions. My inner voice told me to drive behind the u-shaped shopping center. I’m always on the search for a photo shoot. There along the highway, which parallels the area, was a catch basin. But it was not just the body of water that caught my eye. A trio of circumstances fused into an opportunity: azure skies with billowy crisp white clouds, reflections, and open-work in the small structure sitting in the water. When I read about WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge, this image (photograph one) was a must.
Each of the images, which are found in the Lens section, is representative of the theme: near and far. Sometimes what should be near is far and vice versus. Photograph one typifies this reversal.
In the last two weeks sunsets have been sparkling jewels of radiance. On my early evening walks I time them to savor these spectacles. Two of them seemed fitting for this week’s challenge. During these sojourns I take my iPhone to capture objects or scenes that entice.
Photograph two is purposely taken on an angle to position the sunlight’s glow in opposition to the foreground and the road. Photograph three was taken to seize the moment where my shadow crossed rays of the sunset.
Today we have another challenge to perk the synapses. Thanks WordPress.
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