Silhouettes in the Arizona desert:
Silhouettes against a blue Italian sky:
Silhouettes in the Venetian Lagoon:
Silhouettes in photography are achieved by having more light coming from the background than the foreground. It’s best to keep the silhouette shapes simple and recognizable. It is a great way to portray a distinctive setting, a certain amount of drama or a touch of mystery!
For Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouettes / Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #62.
Photos taken near Phoenix, Arizona and in Italy
Brown is not drab – it is the color of Mother Earth itself! It is rich, fertile soil and plowed land. It is rocks and sand and the bark on trees. It is also glacier-stripped mountains and volcanic remains, like here in the Highlands of Scotland. There is a sturdy, rugged appeal to brown.
For Color Your World Photo Challenge: Brown
Photo taken near Glen Coe, Scotland
There’s a storm brewing in London!
tiny flowers patiently
wait to see the view
Photo taken at Mount Victoria, Wellington, New Zealand
For Nancy Merrill’s A Photo A Week Challenge: View
There is a certain charm and beauty in weathered imperfection, don’t you think?
For her photo challenge this week, Nancy Merrill Photography asks for three photos of the same subject, but from different angles or distances.
Also for Traveling at Wits End Photo Challenge: Unexpected Beauty
These photos were taken on the grounds of Rivercene Mansion Bed & Breakfast in New Franklin, Missouri