-Brie Anne Demkiw
As I scour a portion of my archives, I see lots of frozen motion.
Today’s post is the four grandchildren in various motion shots
Michael jumping into the pool for a heat
Jack kicking in a puddle at the Columbus Zoo
and below in a more recent dive
The weekly photo challenge is Early Bird The golden hour BEFORE sunrise. This is just at the moment of sunrise on St. George Island State Park, Florida where I was visiting dear friends last summer. The last morning we were there we drove and then walked to the end of the Island. It was a beautiful sunrise.
Another early bird- in a tidal pool, not at the State Park but by the house where we were staying.
From my kitchen this evening, photographed specifically for the weekly photo challenge: afloat.
I was reminded of the old science experiment- will it sink or will it float? I chose two I knew would float.
Took most these photographs of Steam/Smoke Streaming from around the city in various locations specifically for this week’s challenge ephemeral
and added the light sabre on a knit blanket from home which is totally not with the NYC street scene but then
added the New York City store window with the Shadow Lettering from the light.
PROM 2015 It wil be here soon and then disappear in a blink.
Frozen in the moment. Still fresh, Magic.
I went back to an external hard drive and dug through archives
Looking for images that say fresh. I sure like to photograph my food. Scroll down for the fresh statue.
mixing up paint in with the food theme
The weekly photo challenge is fresh–
Laura sipping a NorthStar Shooting Star- Organic Carrot, Lemon and Ginger
Fresh Mango NYC
Remember Delores’ Fresh Cinnamon Rolls (and Key Lime Pie?) Apalachicola FL
Fresh Oatmeall and Banana and a Latte at Big Dog Coffee
Helen’s Fresh Salad St. George Island July 2014
Fresh Flowers NYC
Produce Boxes NYC
Another guest post with the orange theme.
My friend and former colleague,Toni, emailed me photos from her Sunday visit to Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, ORANGE.
Seeing the orange made her think of the theme this week.
I asked if she’d agree to be guest blogger and here are her orange photos.
Thanks Toni. Your photos are a bright spot.
Chihuly garden glass
There’s been a lot of snow, ice and gray photos on the blog lately until today.
My dear friend has escaped the frigid north to sunny Florida for a vacation and
today she sent me some bright orange photos of an Orange Juice Processing Tour she’d been on just yesterday. WOW.
The weekly photo challenge is ORANGE. Perfect timing.
I invited her to be guest blogger for orange and then she sent me the Bird of Paradise flower.
She’s anonymous for now as no one needs to know she’s away and full photo credit can be posted upon her return home.
Thanks for the orange photos.
“The oranges are handpicked” “The oranges are very thin skinned because they are so juicy.” “Very Heavy”
“The marks on the oranges are from the ocean breeze making limbs brush across the fruit as it grows”
“Cutting a Honey Belle Orange” She says it is the “best tasting” A small family farm Al’s Family Farms®
The Weekly Photo Challenge is supposedly the Rule of Thirds but the presentation of the challenge is so completely different from what I have been taught and teach- I thought of adding the grid on some of these images to size them up. But decided to just go with what I see as broken up into thirds, or in some cases threes.
Confined myself to a NYC archive to simplify the selections. My gallery doesn’t fit the parameters of the suggested minimalist, off center subject and a blurry background.