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36 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects”
Nice photo, but I only see one….one with two subjects, but no link to another that I see…. ??? Unless it’s one of the related articles….
🙂 The second photo is more challenging, yes, but there are two subjects. Look closely. I almost titled it self-portrait. 🙂
thank you Terry. 🙂 glad you like them.
Ah… the first time I came to view the post, there was only one picture, literally. The second one, of the trees, and the photographer reflection (bloody brilliant, btw… ) was NOT there…. perhaps it took too long to load, and I just missed it when it popped up… but, I did catch it this time, and it is the better of the two, to my mind, subtle though it is…. Nice, both of them….
Thanks gigold. 🙂
oh yes, took me a minute to be sure of what I spotted in the second one. Well done!
Thanks Joss. 🙂
Hey! Thanks for the pingback Cecilia!
You are quite welcome, CG. 🙂
The second photu is very subtle. Love the idea of the reflection for the second subject 🙂
Thanks PiP. Glad you like it (glad you saw it!)
Love the first photo Cecilia and thanks for the pingback 🙂
Thanks for stopping by Sunshine. Glad you like the photos.
Ha ha! Very clever [about #2] … beautiful pictures!!!
Thanks Rebekah. The second is very subtle so it is easy to miss. Glad you caught it. 🙂
beautiful photos! Thank you for the ‘pingack’. When I figure out how to do it…
Thanks for stopping by mtlawleyshire. The pingbacks are not as hard to do as folks might think. When you are composing a new post, if you look to the right of the page and follow that all the way down, there is a place to enter category, then below that the tags, then below that is an area of suggested images (which I very seldom use) and below that are suggested blog sites that might fit in with the subject of the post you are composing. I go through that list (when you pass your cursor over the link, a ‘blurb’ pops up so you see what the post is about and then you can check it out futher if interested) and add what I like. I have found so many interesting blogs that way. Good luck.
i love the first one cecilia, a brilliant shot of water falling and the statue, absolutely marvellous! my entry included a fountain too, christine http://imagesoftheheart.wordpress.com/2012/04/14/weekly-photo-challenge-two-subjects/
Thank you for stopping by, Christine. I’m headed over to your place now to check out your fountain! 🙂
Beautiful photographs. The second one is really excellent. The reflection is making that photo look unique & different. Great post.
Thanks Arindam. I’m glad you like them. Thanks for stopping by. 🙂
i can’t pick…they are both amazing in their own way
Thanks Jo. Glad you like the photos. 🙂
Love the second photo for its excellance.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thanks Francine! Glad you like it. 🙂
AND creative! Both are wonderful, but want a unique idea for the second piece… I would never have thought of trying something like that!
I don’t know what possessed me. Not the best photo, but interesting. I think I’ll try to do more with reflections in the future. It is a real challenge. Thanks for stopping by.:-)
Cecelia, I like both photos very much, but the first one sings my heart. The water, the statue, yes, the shimmering of it!
Thanks Kathy. I feel the same about the first one. The second one was an experiment. Not nearly as aesthetic, but interesting none-the-less and it fit the challenge. But I took a series of photos of the fountain and LOVED them all….the water, the light, as you say the “shimmering of it!” Thanks for commenting.
The cascading water over the statue’s shoulder is so vividly captured as if It’s within my reach. The colors are amazing, fun and brings to mind the joys of the outdoors. Beautiful. Thanks for sharing….
Thank you. I love being outdoors and walking through gardens and being in nature. Glad to share it with you. 😉
Beautiful entries! The reflection is very clever. Love the water spraying everywhere in your first photo. Great captures!
Thanks Theresa. Glad you stopped by. Hope you have a wonderful day. 🙂
I had to look again… very smart. 🙂
🙂 Glad you like it.