Leading Lines is the second week’s challenge.
Title: Squirrel’s Nest
Description: Through my window and through the framework for our new patio cover, I was able to capture this. I love trees, and I do believe this qualifies for leading lines and extra credit. If not, administrators can uncheck my box, because I am thinking outside the box. lol
As winter sets in
Ground is wet
Moss on trees
Squirrel nest up high
I resized, fixed color, and cropped just a bit using Built In photo editor in Photos and PhotoScapeX (Mac program)
It’s the new year (2021) and this is the first photo of the year!
Title: “ Hi – It’s me ”
Description: Self Portraits are weird to share sometimes. I used my iPhone with my Bluetooth remote shutter. I edited in the built in photo editor, and chose portrait setting, hi-key mono. A small part of the photo had extraneous in the background, so I imported into Snapseed and used the exposure brush to blot it out.
Ps I didn’t know these settings existed! My husband and I really liked the result. (I am wearing a white shirt and my hair is mostly salty in front and top.)
This is the last photo challenge for this year. I have not yet missed a week since week 8 of 2015. Here is a link to my album. This weeks photo won’t be live until Tuesday.
Title: Pandemic Driveway Christmas
Description: I got mixed up about the challenge. I thought it was a new technique, but that was just the extra credit. I worked long and hard on using my Gosky with the iPhone attachment. The birds did not cooperate. The wind was blowing. I gave up and took photos of a squirrel.
HOWEVER, I had taken this panoramic photo on Christmas Eve and it definitely fits with the theme of 2020 in a photo. (I’ll post the photo taken with Gosky in comments.)
Here’s the Gosky photo.