Assignment 16: Best Photos of 2011
Views Infinitum’s latest photo challenge is to post a minimum of one’s three best photos from Nov. 2010–Nov. 2011. Hmm . . . kinda like when someone asks you what your favorite book is: what genre? what country? what period? But here it goes:
New tulips that I planted last fall (the name escapes me) are so perfect and spotless–I like the DoF and the texture on the petal. Morning light–you can’t beat it!
It was a grey day so I tried a B&W shot which came out fine. The water droplets on the tail are fairly noticeable. I think the shiny scales added to the success of this humorous photo. (Dapper G is a sports fisherman and catches huge tuna, shark, and marlin.)
A favorite mood photo–I like the bits of red which break the monochromatic look. t’s very Sherlock Holmesy! This is a photo I took while in my PJs! One must take advantage of the moment.
I liked the color combination here and the bit of reflection on the counter. I started collecting green depression glass when I was eighteen and have a place setting for twelve in a specific pattern.
If you are a photographer, go to Views Infinitum’s blog to join this challenge. It’s a great way to be exposed to other photographers. Now, Viewers, I’m looking for some genuine critiques!
Daily Gratitude: having Diego write his first sentence–with finger spaces!
Quote of the Day for YOU: The artist is nothing without the gift, but the gift is nothing without work. ~Emile Zola
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