Carol (Mama) Cormier started a challenge inviting us to post trios of items in pictures. For some reason that has been hard for me to find. Now, whenever I take photographs, I see how I can group them into threes. I’m starting to build my collection.
Saturday, we visited a new friend we met at the Touchmark Car Show. She had many things arranged in threes and I started rudely taking pictures as soon as I walked into her house. She’s a photographer, too and knew I was going to bring my camera to take pictures of their other classic car. (Just providing a defense for my bad behavior.)
Linda made some delicious marmalades for us to try, and had them all set out on her counter. I could tell she was a decorator and was accustomed to photographing still life pictures.
“Trios,” I exclaimed telling her about this photo challenge.
As I started taking pictures, she gently rearranges the bottles.
It seemed trios appeared everywhere I looked.
I’m playing with my new Photoshop subscription. I’m learning about Bridge from Cee Neuner. Today I sprinkled a black filter around the top edges of this photo to block out the background and I cropped it with one quick checkmark. Thank you Cee! 🙂
PPAC Photographing Public Art Challenge. This is Cee’s week to wow you with some amazing public art photos. Here’s her work from the last challenge, PPAC #3. We are both prepared to continue to be amazed by what you have discovered. See you tomorrow.
July Story Chat, “Sometimes a Miracle,” by Gary A. Wilson has been live since Tuesday. According to some of the other chatters, this short family drama will keep you on the edge of your seats. Comments will stay open for three weeks. At the end of that time, the second post contains a summary of your comments with links to a post on your blogs. It’s a great buy for your two cents worth! 🙂
#WQWWC thrives on Terri Webster Schrandt’s blog, Second Wind Leisure this week awaiting your comments and links.
#TreeSquare continues to be the hot topic for the month of July.