This week Patti encourages us to ‘Focus on the Subject’ using different types of techniques. I basically have a favorite which is the use of leading lines. They lead our eyes through the photograph, sometimes to a particular subject, other times to many subjects – depends on what catches your eye.
Colorado has recently suffered from traumatic fires. It’s been horrendously sad on many levels. The skies have been so smokey, playing outside has not been ideal. The images below were taken before the fires started in our County and a few days after a much needed snow-storm blew through town.
“The sun shines brightest from the peaks of mountains.” – We Dream of Travel
One of the great things about 2020, is that we hatched a retirement plan to live in Oregon. The image below is from a recent visit to the area. I was lucky enough to witness the dusting of snow in a magnificent Ponderosa Pine forest.
“The best part of happiness is the pines” – Terri Guillemets
And last, on a recent road trip through Utah, I took this snap as we were leaving our sweet glamping spot. We LOVE, the desert – can’t ever seem to get enough.
“What draws us into the desert is the search for something intimate in the remote” – Edward Abbey
As you can see, leading lines is a technique I love and frequently use!
…i choose this…