Hundreds of delicious, cheap, perfect circles. What are you waiting for? In response to the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Circle.
In dance, most movements are important because they’re ephemeral, and this is no exception.
Relaxation is the best reward.
This photo from my archives is rare in that it follows the Rule of Thirds. Frankly, I tend to ignore the rule; while I value the idea behind it–that off-center compositions tend to be more interesting–I find grids too restrictive and calculated for my shooting style.
I don’t usually do serious editing for my photos—my philosophy on editing is to keep it as realistic as possible–but every now and then a photo requires post-processing work to compensate for less-than-ideal weather conditions or hasty shooting. This shot was one of them. The photo isn’t terrible, but the backlighting makes the exposure imbalanced. If I’d…
A shadow trails the original shape, expanding what it is into what it might be.
To someone this grave is likely still significant, but his death was so long ago that he may actually be forgotten. Whoops, completely defeats the point of the prompt. My bad :)
Where the organic and the manmade converge.
The architecture of NW Portland, in monochrome.
My backyard, featuring flowers, chairs, and refraction of light.