|Barking up the right tree|
Thank you all for being part of this often meandering photographic journey. It thrills me to no end that something as simple as a photo sharing activity can connect folks around the world in such a gentle way. It adds a whole new dimension to my own shooting, and I imagine I'm not alone in that. I'm deeply grateful for your continued encouragement.
We'll go with textures this week - in rough shape celebrates the imperfect, gritty reality that often greets us as we go through the day-to-day. The world has no shortage of roughness, and over the next week I hope we'll have fun translating its decidedly 3-dimensional form into the 2-dimensional world of photography.
Here's to another 250...are you game?
Your turn: Share a rough-themed photo on your own blog, website or any other online resource, then leave a comment here letting everyone know where to find it. Visit other participants and feel free to drop back in through the week - multiple-sharing is encouraged. Head here if you're new to the Thematic thing, or if you'd like a refresher. Enjoy the show...we'll be here all week!
Last week I had a hard time coming up with something perfect, this week, the theme is custom made for a picture I took yesterday. Check it out here.
omg,I just realized we both were thinking on the same page....been out of the loop....
Here's a rough shape bit of street corner.
Here's to the next 250! Great work and devotion, Carmi! Thank you.
I've gone back 56 years for my photos today.
Thank you Carmi for being so dedicated to thematic photography for so long. Congratulations on reaching 250.
Carmi, perseverance pays - 250 a milestone. Here we is our rough shape.
Ah yes, my kind of rough, on a tree! Nice. Here's mine
Carmi, wow, 250! How can we say it in 250 way....bravo! Here is mine again, because I'm not sure my other comment will post!
Love shots of trees. They hold all the history!
Wow 250, that super! Shall we aim for 500 ?
Congratulations Carmi, it is an impressive milestone!
Here is something for rough shape.
Your post on the old Mill building reminded me of the high school I taught at. I got a chance to get back into it today, so here is my second entry for this theme.
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