This week, share a photo with a composition dominated by lines — hard or soft, straight or curvy, vertical or horizontal, or made in nature or as part of a cityscape.
Today I nearly went cross-eyed looking for my double subject. I was prompted when packing for my imminent trip to Malaysia (tomorrow in fact) when looking at my past photographs of the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur and this is what I did.
Today, show us an edge — a straight line, a narrow ridge, a precipice.
I’ve never used PicMonkey before and I had a go at straightening up a couple of images. Here are my edge & alignment shots.
My glass photos are a bit of fun. Living in the wine capital of Australia there’s only one type of glass to photograph and when indulging in a spot of wine education, you just have to have a few glasses to hand. When a very good friend came to stay, I just had to capture her surrounded by wine glasses.
Our family treasure George. Rescued from the care of the RSPCA he came to live with us for eight years.
I wanted to share a lovely image of a very good friend on her wedding day. It was a hazy Summer’s evening in the beautiful countryside of the Czech Republic (about one hour from Prague). Following the formalities of the day, it was time to let our hair down as we danced to a local folk group. I just love the way this happy moment was captured.
I wanted to revisit Day Fifteen: Landscape with a gallery of Australian landscape shots. In contrast to Creakingbones who used dramatic images of the arid outback, here you will see images of the Adelaide Hills and one of South Australia’s wine regions, McLaren Vale.
Today, let’s walk in the footsteps of masters like Ansel Adams and focus on landscape photography.
Too many landscapes to choose from but I whittled it down to a landscape shot from Somerset in the UK, captured on a visit in 2011. I just cropped out a small slice of the sky. I love the way the sun in shining in the foreground with the shaded fields and the dark sky in the background.