lens-artists photo challenge: countryside

Sony REX-5N f/9 1/160 70mm

Ten years it took

To build my little cottage.

Now the cool wind inhabits half of it

And the rest is filled with moonlight.

There is no place left for the mountain and the stream

So I guess they will have to stay outside.

~Song Sun (1493-1583) Trans: V O Baron & C S Park

Wyoming landscape and poetry submitted in response to Amy’s (The World is a Book) lens-artists photo challenge: countryside and/or small towns.

six word saturday: john prine live at west 54th

Lake Marie… Nikon D750 f/6.3 1/2000s 29mm 360 ISO

Lake Marie is named after Mary Bellamy, who was the first woman elected to the Wyoming State Legislature in 1910. Her husband, Charles Bellamy, a surveyor, surveyed the area in 1879 and named the lake (with a French twist) in his wife’s honor

Lake Marie submitted in response to Travel with Intent’s Six Word Saturday challenge.

composition: symmetry landscape

Wyoming... Nikon D750 f/6.3 1/400s 28mm 100 ISO

Image submitted for Dogwood Photography’s annual 52-week photography challenge.

Week 5: Composition: Symmetry Landscape (Landscape is one of the most practiced type of photography. Use Symmetry in a Landscape to create a new viewpoint for this week’s image.)