CBBH Photo Challenge: Framed
This month’s theme : Framed
One way of adding interest to a photograph is to use another object within the composition of a photograph to frame the main subject. This technique brings depth to the photograph by giving the illusion of more than two dimensions and also serves to focus the viewer’s attention on what the main subject is.
The “frame” might be a window, a bridge, an arch, an over-hanging tree or anything else you want it to be.
T-Street Bridge San Clemente, Ca
San Clemente, Ca. Sunset
T-Street bridge frames San Clemente Pier at sunset. in background.
Linda Lane beach entrance, San Clemente, Ca
For participation rules click here: CBBH Monthly Photo Challenge: Framed. This challenge requires each post to introduce two blog sites to the blogsphere. It also asks us to click on two new sites when we visit CBBH Photo Challenge. So here are my two blogs
Gypsy woman has traveled all over the world with a camera in her hand. I always enjoy her comments, because they are so cool.” For example, I posted a photo of a tree house for another photo challenge, she commented to me about how she had stayed a week in a tree house in a rain forest !! She is so cool. Go here: “Gypsy Life discovering your own backyard.
This blog is about a woman who has a partner with a chronic disease. She blogs about her new way of thinking, eating and living as she follows the ancient practice of Oigong. For those of you familiar with Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, Cee is Chris’s partner. A great site to check out.
- CBBH Photo Challenge: Framed (megtraveling.com)
- CBBH Photo Challenge: Framed (eastofmalaga.net)
- CBBH Photo Challenge: Framed (ronmayhewphotography.wordpress.com)
- CBBH Photo Challenge: Framed (travelwithintent.com)
- CBBH Photo Challenge: Framed (jobryantnz.wordpress.com)
- CBBH Photo Challenge: Framed (margaretsmiscellany.com)
See you at the beach!