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Solitude & Rule of Thirds

I am a bit behind on my Photo 101 assignments but hope to get caught up really soon.

Here is assignment 5 “Solitude & Rule of Thirds”.  I went to the 2015 Philadelphia Flower Show this weekend and it was GREAT.  The Convention Center was packed with visitors from all over.  It was hard to set up most of the shots.

I hope you like what you see as there will be plenty more flowers to come.

2015 Philadelphia Flower Show

2015 Philadelphia Flower Show

2015 Philadelphia Flower Show

2015 Philadelphia Flower Show

 

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A bit of street

For my second WP Photo 101 assignment that shows “Street & Establishing a Shot” I chose a picture from a day trip to Philadelphia back in December.

I believed if the car was not there this picture would have been better.  So I cropped it out and used “rule of thirds” for the post.

Do you think the car adds to the scene or is it an unnecessary distraction?

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WP Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds (2)

Dreams

For my second entry into this weeks WP Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds I am entering this lone Seagull that I have entitled “Dreams”.

When looking for a poem to go with my image, the very first poem that came up in my Google search was Dreams by Langston Hughes.  This is a coincidence as I named my image before I knew the poem.  So it was meant to be.

Dreams

Dreams

Dreams

Hold Fast to dreams

For if dreams die

Life is a broken-winged bird.

Hold fast to dreams

For when dreams go

Life is a barren field

Frozen with snow.

by Langston Hughes


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WP Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds

For this weeks WP Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds, I chose a picture that was taken back in 2010 in Cape May NJ at sunset.

 

Cape May NJ - Black n White

Cape May NJ – Black n White

Cape May NJ

Cape May NJ

Which do you prefer, the black and white version or color?

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