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After the Storm

Worrying does not take away

tomorrow’s troubles,

It takes away today’s peace.

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Wordless Wednesday……Exposed

 

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Unit 1 – Aperture

As some of you know I started a photography course with NYIP in December.  I have completed Unit 1 with a B on the final test.  I now have to complete the 2 assignments.  The first one is aperture.  I must depict 2 images, one with a shallow depth of field and one with a great depth of field.  The 2 images below are for shallow depth of field but I am debating on which image to submit.

These images are straight out of the camera.

So I ask you for your assistance, which you think I should submit?  Or do you think I should try again?

 

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When I edit the image it will be cropped and straightened only.

 

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When I edit the image it will be cropped and straightened only.

 

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Hanging Around

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WP Photo Challenge: Trio

When I took this picture almost two weeks ago, I did not really like the way it came out.  To me it looked “setup”  which it was.  But I did not like that.  So I never posted the image.

As we all know things happen for a reason.  This image is perfect for this weeks WP Photo Challenge: Trio.  I cropped the image and did some editing in Snapseed and think it looks better and now worthy of being posted.

Trio of Leaves

Trio of Leaves

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Eye Level

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Taken at my work oasis about 2 weeks ago.

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WP Photo Challenge: Victory

This week the challenge is to celebrate a Victory.

This photos show the Victory of autumn over summer.

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Fall taking over

 

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Autumn Colors

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In Between

In Between

In Between

 

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Shadow Dancing

Yesterday I was at my nephews 12th birthday party.  In the mist of all the chaos that comes from being around kids ranging in age from 2 to 13 I needed to escape for a few moments.

In moments like this I tune them out and drift away for a bit of peace.

I found myself watching how the sunlight created shadows on the leaves.  I enjoyed watching how the light and shadow seemed to chase each other as the breeze blew gently on them.

 

Shadow Dancing

Shadow Dancing

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