Hop on over to Debbie (Travel with Intent) to join in Six Word Saturday
Karine (Karine Leroux Photography) challenges photographers to find two unrelated shots that have a striking visual similarity – composition, shape(s), dominant color(s)
Nikon D750 f/4.5 1/100s 85mm 100 ISO Edited: Capture One 20
Stay at Home Order … day 22 plus 14 seclusion retreat days
To see a dramatic visualization of the global spread of GOVID-19, click here.
Words by Mumon
When the sky is clear the sun appears,
When the earth is parched rain will fall.
He opened his heart fully and spoke out,
But it was useless to talk to pigs and fish. ~Mumon
(Cited: Trans: N Senzaki & P Reps, The Gateless Gate/Learning is not the Path)
Nikon D750 f/5.6 1/1250s 82mm 400 ISO
Continuing with my return to composition basics: The composition elements within this image are:
leading and parallel lines
rule of thirds with points on right side of image leading into the image as well as human figure on the #3 point of the rule of thirds.
I chose to mute the colors as this image seemed to be a bit cluttered and black and white editing was a bit boring.
As always I appreciate constructive feedback…thanks for joining me on this learning journey. Patience seems to be fading across Mother Earth.
image and poem submitted in response to gc weekly prompts: vulnerability
Sony RX1003 f/2.8 1/250s 18.89mm 80 ISO
Sony RX100 f/1.8 1/640 8.8mm 80 ISO
Miriam (The Showers of Blessings) a Lens-Artists guest host defines reflection/mirror photography as using “… reflective surfaces to create an artistic echo of a scene. This type of photography can add an interesting spin to locations that are hot spots for photographers such as oceans, lakes, puddles, and even rain drops.”