Photography 101 Gallery

Show

Parade
in happy fulfilment
the fruits of
labour,
cherry-picked
from a host of
entries as your own
best in show.


I’ve had such an enjoyable time over the month of Photography 101 that I couldn’t resist putting up a post for weekend 4, even though its no longer actually the weekend. Unfortunately I’ve been unable to ‘get out and explore’ as I would have liked (work) so I decided to share a gallery of the pictures that I thought were my best entries. They’re in no particular order except for the first, which is my personal favourite – the bee.

Are they the pictures you would have chosen or have I missed out the one you liked best?

8 Comments on “Photography 101 Gallery

    • I’ve always been a bit uncertain of the circle gallery and the effect it has on pictures but I thought I’d give it a try for this post as all the photos have been used before. I’m currently putting together a 2nd gallery and I’m debating whether to use it for this one as well. There’s a picture of a robin and the circle cuts off the top of his head…

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      • I haven’t used the circle gallery because i think my pictures look better in mosaic tiles or slide shows. I think I’ll try circle style sometime.

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      • I started writing about the little character my artist neighbor created. I think about her, more than get her stories typed. Art stimulates my imagination.

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  1. You did a great job of picking photos for gallery, because now I want to go back and look at your posts 🙂 Double, water, treasure, and swarm (the first one) are particularly intriguing.

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