One Photo a Day for the Year – Reflecting Life……
“It is easy to say this and to write this. But it always remains a task to which every day must be devoted. Every morning cries to us: ‘Do what you ought and trust what may be’ ”
– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
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Another amazing photo! One day please post the original along with the photo shopped!
Great quote and a very lovely photo to boot. Nicely done!
The point of view on this is incrdible….makes me a little dizzy. Great photo.
What an incredibly “rich” photo with just enough manipulation. It’s wonderful to look at.
Love the idea of your blog – one photo a day for a year. What do you decide to take a photo of each day may I ask? Is it just if you see a good shot, or is is more to do with your thoughts and feelings of the day?
Thanks for comments. I decide on shot in different ways. Some are planned, Like the Coke and Pepsi bottles, and some I have the title in my head based on thoughts then look for a photo to match the title (weird I know) and then some days I have no clue, even if it’s close to sunset and running out of light. I don’t stress about it. Usually if my thoughts are calm, then an idea will just drop into my head or I will see something. So no real method to my madness, just going with it.
love this – if you can find me a bridge in the same sort of style would appreciate you dropping me a message – am desperately searching for the “right” photo of a bridge!
Fabulous photo! Love the way you edited it too.
To a Brit like me that photo looks like classic America. Start thinking Bob Dylan, Woody Guthrie, Chuck Berry, Elvis…
This reminds me of a Bob Dylan album cover too, and I also thought of an old Willie Nelson album.
I’m a sucker for train tracks. Love it.
Great composition. The processing really suits it too.
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