This week Patti’s (P.A. Moed) Lens-Artists photo challenge is to pick a color and select several photos that feature that color and then beginning with a “large” color subject go down to an image that contains a small subject color — going from large to small.
smoke rising (Cameron Peak fire)
light reflections seen through the windows of a coffee shop
rust on a section of a pedestrian over-pass
the stem and veins within a leaf
17 replies to “lens-artist photo challenge; from large to small”
Nicely collated, Brenda!
Thank you Sue…especially since the large to small was a bit of a challenge. Overthinking
Yep, same for me!
These are really beautiful Brenda. You’ve got such an excellent eye.
“excellent eye” I’m smiling.
Beautiful images, Brenda. I love your selections. Great images, too. So well-observed.
Thank you Patti…positive comments are always so welcomed.
I love the coffee shop image.
Thank you Anna.
I love your images, especially the coffee shop 🙂
Thank you…it is always great to read positive feedback.
I like the contrasting senses of rush and relaxation in one image in that photo of the coffee shop. The backlit dry leaf is also wonderful.
Thank you for your comment…I was invited to revisit the coffee shop image.
Interesting! Reflections and rust are my faves.
Thanks John…rust does offer interesting images. Reflections can be a challenge.
Well chosen, love the shop.
Thank you for your supportive words
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