Don’t Cross the Boundary

If you follow American news, you know a storm battered the Southeast this week. Krystal called it “a hurricane without the hurricane.” Schools shut down and businesses closed early as roads went underwater. On Monday, I took some video and photographs to make this montage:

On returning from my rainy journey, I felt this photograph best fit the “boundary” challenged via the Daily Post:

Orange Barrier Cone

 


 

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Nine Months of Gridlock

Michelle W. challenged us to make the grid the star of our photographs. Many pictures I’ve seen this week showcased windows and fences and other architectural features, and I must admit I almost hauled my open-backed bookshelf outdoors for a sunrise. While photographers bend, break, and shatter the Rule of Thirds, I find myself following a vastly different and much more inflexible grid: my grade book.

IMG_4081

 


 

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Old School Connection

This week the folks over at the Daily Prompt challenged us to show them “connect.”

Now, is there anything more connected than a spider’s web?
 
Spider Web 1
 


 

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Angled

Challenge: photograph an inanimate object from three angles.
Ladies and Gentlemen, I give you my pencil sharpener:

 


 


 

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One Left Behind

Creepy Plastic Soldierno man left behind . . . until he is

flattened, decapitated, worthless

dead on the ground

 


 

Weekly Photo Challenge: Creepy

 


 

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Sometime Inspirational

Sometimes you wake up. 
Sometimes the fall kills you. 
And sometimes, when you fall, you fly.

              ~ Neil Gaiman ~
The Sandman, Vol. 6: Fables and Reflections

What inspires me?

Libraries, Library Books, & Reading

Running

Bricks and Clean-Line Architecture

What Inspires You?


 

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