“Junk is in the eyes of the beholder. Some look, but others see.”
This week, I was looking forward to taking some time to photograph Saturday to work on this week’s challenge: Shoot from Above. I decided to go to a favorite location for creative photography,
“Filling a space in a beautiful way – that is what art means to me.”
The challenge for week four with 52 Frames was Fill the Frame. If you would like to see all of the images submitted for this challenge, you can view them here. There were 2,667 images submitted for this challenge, so you might want to grab a cup of coffee before you get started.
I found the subject matter for this week’s challenge close
“This is the very perfection of a man, to find out his own imperfection.”
The third challenge for the 52 Frames project was to create an image for the theme Wabi Sabi.
The first thing I did was do some research on the term Wabi Sabi. My mother, an artist, let me
“A drawing is simply a line going for a walk.”
My challenge for week two of the year was
“Life is about accepting the challenges along the way, choosing to keep moving forward, and savoring the journey.”
I have spent much of my free time in the past ten years traveling in order to photograph. Life events have me staying closer to home. This has led me to thinking of ways to continue to explore my passion of photography in different ways.
One of the things I decided to delve into
“Your most important gear is your eye, heart and soul.”
For several years, I have taken time at the end of the year to assemble a group of favorite images I created throughout that year. This year, I not only chose images, but I took time to think about
“An early-morning walk is a blessing for the whole day.”
I was never much of a morning person before I became a photographer. Early on, I learned that in landscape photography, early morning light and late afternoon light are often