Today I share a wrap up of my favorite images I created for the November long Photography 101 challenge, as prompted by Photography 101: Weekend Four. Thanks again to everyone who followed along and congrats to everyone who completed the challenge. See all the WordPress posts using the Photo101 tag here. See all my Photo101... Continue Reading →
Congratulations to each and every one of you who made it through Photography 101. I for one, have really enjoyed the challenge, and now know, that when put to the test I can make a photo a day. For those of you who didn't participate in Photography 101, thank you for following along!
Posting to: Photography 101:Edge & Weekly Photo Challenge: Angular I wanted the feel of standing on the edge of the building, on the roof, ready to let go, but I didn't want to fully picture a moment with the potential to be so graphic. I wanted a metaphor, not a trigger. So I drew a box - 2.5"... Continue Reading →
I've taken this one a bit literally today. I just had to though. I re-discovered this treasure chest in my box of miniatures last week and actually posted a picture of it to my instagram. I set it up a bit better for this shot thought, adding glitter and polymer clay pieces of gold. Click... Continue Reading →
I had every intention to do this one yesterday, but by the time I got home, I wasn't feeling well at all. So, I granted myself a pass. Click here to join in.
Back in 2012 I was in a Photo History class in college. Our assignment was to go to MOCA Jacksonville (The Museum of Contemporary Art) and view the Shared Vision exhibition. We had to pick 1 photo and write an essay on it. I chose 'Apartment 304, 398 Main Street 2001' from the 'Family Business... Continue Reading →
There's a new neighborhood being built just down the street from where I live. We drive past daily and see the progress they've made. Yesterday, there were 3 construction workers on the very top of one of the houses that was still just wood frame. The sun was behind them and it created such an... Continue Reading →