Some of the photos taken for or shared with photo101 course for March 2015. I’m looking forward to using the photography lessons I learned through this course. Thanks to WordPress staff for providing this. 🙂 I had fun with blogging this month.
photo101 Day twenty Triumph and Contrast
photo101 – edge This old shed once housed chickens. Now, it’s just waiting until someone tears it down. I’ve used it here in my photo for today’s assignment. I tried to straighten it with photoshop, but I had trouble with it. The barn wood is in demand and the shed will be recycled, I’m pretty sure.
photo101 day sixteen – treasure + close-up. Bird-watching is like a treasure to me. I love watching them and photographing them. Here is a close up photo of a purple finch. Once, purple finches built nests year after year in a tumbleweed that I had hung on my porch. That was delightful to have this family of birds so close by. I have no pictures of them, but many purple finch come now to the feeder in my yard.
This is the subject I chose for day seventeen – glass, squared – photo101 Daisies and Roses
Little toy truck next to a Kubota Backhoe.
Tires on a toy truck next to the tire on a Kubota tractor.
Toy truck next to a Ford F150
photo101 Day Fourteen Scale and Observation —
Photo101 Day Fifteen My landscape photo, cropped.
Photo101 – Moment and Motion – While I was watching the birds this morning during a misty rain, this redbird came flying in so fast to the feeder, he barely stopped at the edge of the tray. He provided my
“moment in motion” and I snapped his picture for today’s assignment! #photo101 Day Thirteen
A barn no longer in use, displays the architecture of earlier times. It adds a historical touch
to a rural landscape in Missouri.
photo101 – Day Twelve – Architecture and monochrome.