How do you feel about symmetry? The waterlily is placed on thirds in the frame, but in itself symmetrical. For myself, I find symmetry rather unsettling – like a bow tie – so I like things to be slightly different.
I don’t find it easy to take square landscapes. Here I was trying to use the curve of the river’s edge to lead your eye through the frame, but I’m not sure it works. I believe Clayton is in the north of Georgia where once you might have found bears in the countryside, but noContinue reading “River, Clayton, GA”
Not too sure what the correct name is for a baby newt. I was on a nature walk (with my class), when someone spotted this. Not what you might expect to find in Perivale (in West London).
I love here how the picture goes from blurry to sharp, from left to right in the frame. And where it is sharp, you can see the structure of the leaf. I used my new camera of the time, a Canon Powershot G9 to take this. The reason it is worthy of mentioning, is becauseContinue reading “Another Leaf in a Park, Singapore 2009”