Photo 101: Day Eight: Natural World & Leading Lines

“A good photographer is a constant observer: always watching and studying a scene, from patterns in city traffic to movements in nature.

A photographer notices big, sweeping changes — like the sky at dusk — but also the tiniest details, like the subtle bends in bare branches in the Nevada desert:”

Lines and natural colours from my home surroundings

Lines and natural colours from my home surroundings

14 Responses

  1. Donna says:

    Very nice. we don’t have any flowers still a bit of snow around here.

  2. susieshy45 says:

    Bonny,
    Very beautiful colours ! Are the flowers from your garden ?

  3. ichasyahfa says:

    Beautiful pictures! And these are from your house surroundings, wow nice 🙂

  4. ibdunn says:

    Thank you very much. I live in a cool little marina on a boat – not houseboat… all posts referring to tag pspyh are in the marina. I feel like I live in heaven. Love it here very much. https://imbonny.wordpress.com/category/pspyh/

  5. ibdunn says:

    Not my garden – a community sort of garden. Most of the plants here flourish in no water since we are in drought situation. I’m not too good with plants myself -and not considered a good idea to have plants on boats anyhow -bugs on are hard to get back off!!

  6. ibdunn says:

    We have been fortunate in one sense to have been spared all the bad weather of most of the country but we are some of the few that could definitely use a couple of storms and especially rain!! Drought pretty much guaranteed for the summer at this point. The plants on my posting all do well in little to no water.

  7. ichasyahfa says:

    Wow, great! I live in a crowded city, can’t see nature scenery everyday. But I always take pictures when I travel 🙂

  8. susieshy45 says:

    Really Bonny- on a boat- what luxury ! Idyllic surroundings for a writer !

  9. Donna says:

    Yes good point. Water is needec

  10. Great pics! Is that an old shipwreck sticking up out of the water?

  11. ibdunn says:

    Thanks for looking and your comment. Not an old shipwreck although the marina breakwater is made of old shipwrecks. That is actually a pylon left over from the days when there was a shrimp station here.

  12. ibdunn says:

    Thank you 🙂

  13. ibdunn says:

    I am grateful.

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