WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge–Change

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge–Change

Change is commonly defined as ‘to give a completely different form or appearance to; to transform.’This may be a drawn-out process that’s difficult to capture in a single photograph, or a quick transformation that’s depicted in a snapshot. Perhaps it’s the change of seasons. A caterpillar becoming a butterfly. A shift in the weather

It has taken some musing on my part but I offer a “reflections” solution to the “Change” challenge….a change in perspective when it comes to directing your lens…

Petaluma B Street Riders

Double Image Reflection

Double Reflection

Double Reflection

Single Reflection

Single Reflection

Single Reflection

Street Image

Riders Assembled

Riders Assembled

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WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge–Grid

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge–Grid

“As photographers, we often envision grids over scenes we’re shooting to hone in on that just-so composition — goodness knows we’ve talked enough here about the rule of thirds, one of the simplest and most effective ways to use a grid to improve our photographs.”

In response to this challenge I offer images shot from a parking deck in Petaluma–transmission towers, power lines, antennas.  I suppose you could now call it the Petaluma Grid

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Petaluma Grid B & W

Petaluma Grid B & W

Petaluma Grid--Color

Petaluma Grid–Color

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge–Connected (Second Attempt!)

Show how two (or more) things — people, objects, places — come together

As my first attempt at the Weekly Photo Challenge–Connected did not generate a pingback on the WP Page, I thought I would try again with another version of the stitched photos…

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Be Yourself (Combined scenes to make the statement)

Be Yourself (Combined scenes to make the statement)

 

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge–Connected

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge–Connected

Show how two (or more) things — people, objects, places — come together

Ah, I can do this by two photos stitched together–a boy in front of Petaluma’s Putnam Plaza Fountain and a sign from the Town Center in Corte Madera, CA

Be Yourself

Be Yourself

Truth to tell I did not plan this combo until I saw the images in a download a week or so ago and decided that they just had to go together