Photography 101 Gallery 2


up the fallen,
all those discarded
in the wake of
Judged unworthy of
pride of place,
they are the
the unloved.
Grant them their
moment to

When I was looking through the photography 101 pictures for my favourites for the Weekend 4 gallery I realised I had quite a few photos that, for one reason or another, I’d not actually used in the posts . Sometimes their composition wasn’t quite right; other times I just had too many for the theme – at first I was trying to put a only single picture on each post. That didn’t last! On some occasions I just wanted to use new pictures rather than ones from my archives. Anyway, I thought I’d give you a second gallery of the ‘discarded’ pictures. There are also quite a few other’s that were considered but which I’ve written poems for. You’ll be seeing those soon…

I hope you like them.

19 Comments on “Photography 101 Gallery 2

  1. Such lovely pictures! I’m glad you are posting them now. The “moment” with the bird is wonderful, and the “swarm” is lovely, too. Nice solitude shots as well.

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  2. Love the walker in the lane. And your English robins are so different from our American robins. I’d always heard they were, but it’s nice to see such a great close up.

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    • Thanks. 🙂 I didn’t know that about American robins. I just had to Google it to see what they look like – very different!


  3. I’m glad you posted these, too. You have been practicing getting the bird shots, the owl in a dive, splashing bird. I like the red tractor pulling the boat. So logical.

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    • Thank you. 🙂 I take a lot of pictures of birds. Our garden is full of feeders to draw them in so we get loads of different types.

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