RWPE #4 – Plants

Last week’s Random Weekly Photo Experiment Theme was PLANTS. It is exciting to have Julie Johnson as a first time contributor! Here are the submissions:


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Julie Johnson

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Dawn Krause

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Jesse Howard

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Mike Vest

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Mike Vest

WEEK 4 - PLANTS - CHRISTOPHER D. BENNETT
Christopher D. Bennett

Shannon Bardole’s Artistic Appreciation Selection of the Week:


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Dawn Krause’s Poem:

Plants

As bee and butterfly flit through the green
Amid a summer day
On a rose flying-beauty paused to preen
While bee begins to play

The garden sways gently to the breeze
It’s rustle fills the air
Aroma and beauty with aim to please
A sensual gift so rare

The theme for this week is FRAMING.

The best way to describe FRAMING is it a compositional technique where an object (usually in the foreground)surrounds the subject. Essentially creating a frame.

An example of this technique can be seen in the image below taken by my nephew Logan on Mother’s Day.


Mother's Day - 2009

However, don’t feel obligated to stick to that definition. A picture of somebody framing a picture or framing a house would qualify just as easily.

I do actually have several other photos that from my PLANTS photo session that I will publish later this week. I took several more pictures than I usually do for RWPE and I don’t want them all to sit on my hard drive collecting dust. Like the picture of the aftermath of me tripping over a fence, during the SOOTHING photo shoot, always will.

3 thoughts on “RWPE #4 – Plants”

  1. These are all absolutely lovely. (Like "pill," I'm bringing back "lovely" – but it's another word that you likely can't use with a straight face.)

    I am curious how you did yours.

  2. A magician never reveals their tricks. Although when I post the rest of the pictures from this photo shoot, I'm sure it will become painfully obvious.

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