Weekly Photo Challenge: The World Through my Eyes

Cheri Lucas Rowlands says,

‘The World Through Your Eyes. Earlier this week, photographer Ming Thein gave us an overview of the fundamentals of photography and talked about observing your subject or scene and what’s needed to create a good photograph. We see many excellent shots out there in which a photographer’s intent is clear: where he or she leads us to the photo’s subject or main focus — using light, composition, and other criteria — and is able to convey what they see in their mind at the moment of capture.

It’s that little extra something in a snapshot that transforms a photograph into something more: a visual interpretation of one’s vision. A story, captured in a frame. It’s that special skill that Ming mentioned — the photographer’s eye.’

This is my interpretation. My eyes see art, do yours?

Pas de deux (2)

My eyes see the built environment at it’s best, do yours?

Petronas

My eyes see the natural environment – with some ancient dry stone walls

Dartmoor

My eyes see people

Discussion

My eyes see wildlife

New Forest Bambis

Show us the world through your eyes this week at

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/06/21/world-through-your-eyes/

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38 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: The World Through my Eyes

  1. These are very good photos, especially the last one. I love how you captured all the animals at rest with only their antlers peeking out with the exception of the lone and alert deer perking up and showing itself. Nice!

  2. Very well done, Gilly. I love everyone of them. When your post came up in my Reader, it had only the picture of the dancing figures. As soon as I saw that picture — before I scrolled down far enough to see whose post it was — I just knew it was yours because of the colorful, creative, totally unique subject matter. You always seem to find something unique to share. I love it.

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