RWPE #20 – Panning Camera Blur

Here are the submissions for last week’s Random Weekly Photo Experiment – PANNING CAMERA BLUR:

Mike Vest of Waxen Media

Christopher D. Bennett

Dawn Krause of Impassioned Versifier

Debra Krause

Justin Whitaker of American Buddhist Perspective

It is very exciting to have Debra as a first time contributor, even though she accused me of “cheating” on Sunday night. But she had rented Meet the Spartans, so her opinions about the world are highly suspect.

Dawn’s Poem of the Week

Holding a memory

Panning through my memories
The sharpness has lost its edge
Trying to hold those moments
Poised precariously on the ledge

The emotions cause a turmoil
As they blur the happy past
They bring me to that moment
When I knew it wouldn’t last

A photographic picture
From the camera of my mind
Tells my past and present
And the memories that bind

Vest had automobile problems this morning, so I was worried that the Random Generator might not get to do its random generating, but he walked in just in time to click the magic button. Out spit the following subject for this week:


Not a very technical subject and it is definitely ripe with all sorts of possibilities. As always, I can’t wait to see what people do with this subject theme.

3 thoughts on “RWPE #20 – Panning Camera Blur”

  1. I had the most trouble with this weeks photo project. Just couldn’t get a blur that left much in focus. Must be one that needs practice. I continue to be impressed by the photos submitted by others.

  2. This is a project that without the proper camera (or knowledge), does take a certain degree of luck. If you are going to go for a technical definition of the theme.

    However, I don’t think there are very many technical themes left.

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