Onward to this week's flower themed photos . . .
This last photo is my favorite of the six. I like the composition and variations of the focus on the petals.
Until next week, when Atlanta may provide pictures of snow!
Nico the flirty Beluga Whale. Georgia Aquarium
Fourth of July, Atlanta's Centennial Park fireworks celebration.
A rare, but beautiful, snowy morning in Georgia.
South Beach, Miami, Florida
I love cows.
Thrift store finds
Sunset, Rincon, Puerto Rico
Spring blooms, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, Colorado
Trio in Black and White
Caribbean Sea, Westpunt, Curacao
Orchid, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Water Lilies, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Morrison Springs, Ponce de Leon, Florida
Water Droplets, Atlanta Botanical Garden
Sunrise, Ponce de Leon, Florida
Beautiful Blooms, Atlanta Botanical Garden
All participants in the 2010 Virtual Photowalk are encouraged to maintain a blog and post photos as frequently as their schedules and desire allows while exploring their own photographic growth and path.
Each month we will be posting a new list of 15 themes for inspiration. Periodically, we will have some additional postings that go ‘Beyond Themes’ with inspiration more focused on technique, skills and process (think macro, black and white, etc.). You don’t need to use the Themes or Beyond Themes inspiration to participate in the Photowalk; they are there simply for inspiration if you wish to use them.
We’re also working on some additional plans to allow for some group “Show and Tell” with constructive discussion for the group at large – more on that later!
There is no requirement to post a photo for each theme, they are just there to help expand your photographer’s eye and help you look at your world with a different point of view. Look up the words in a dictionary – you’ll be surprised to see the many different meanings and it might help spark a new direction for you. Post as many or as few as you want, repeat themes if you’re driven to capture multiple examples. Seek out creative interpretation of the theme and use this list to push the limits of your imagination, but most importantly, seek out photos that stand on their own as good photography.