This weeks Dogwood 52 challenge is an interesting one. Contrasts, in the category of composition. The definition is to have contrasting elements in the photo. Smooth/rough, hard/soft, that kind of an idea.
I decided to photograph this rose against the brick wall. It really is contrasting in a couple of ways. Pretty/ugly, soft/hard, delicate/sturdy.
It’s a fun idea to think about, and come up with ideas for photos.
When we visit the horses, it’s not always just them I get to photograph. Sometimes its also pretty skies, and cute wildlife.
One afternoon we were in the RV, and I looked out to see very young, twin pronghorn antelope running all over everywhere. One of them in particular was racing through the grass, and clearly having a great time. It was one of the cutest, funniest things I’ve seen wildlife do. There was a shallow ditch, and he ran through it, up and over it, and all along the side. Mom pretty much just had to watch.
The other baby enjoyed running too, and pretty soon they were all three going.