I’ll be honest, I was a bit intimidated by this week’s theme and considered backing out. Then I thought about the thing that I love about corner view and keeps me coming back. For me the themes give me a new set of lenses to view my past work through. Sometimes I’ll go out and shoot the theme; but usually I go through my library and try to see it in a new way. Really it keeps my brain and eye fresh I think! So I decided to do a quick peruse of my photo library and see what I had. I’m not entirely sure that my choices meet the technical definition here, artistically speaking. What I was most drawn to after a quick reading of the definition was the flower middles I had shot. So for your orangically formed, nature-loving view:
Corner view is a weekly Wednesday post hosted originally hosted by Jane, currently by Theresa. A topic is given and you can see impressions; be it in photographic or poetic form from around the world. See what’s going on around the world:
Beautiful! I don’t really have any clue what you’re talking about, but pretty pics! 🙂
organic as organic comes, dear. your approach is daunting.
Beautiful and evocative!
I can the the heart of the world with your beautiful illustrations! Yes, I found the theme “difficult”… but, like you wrote “it keeps my brain and eye fresh” 😉
Have a nice week
I’m so glad you didn’t back out! Gorgeous. And thanks for your purchase of Portrait of the Artist as Poet. Peggy and Carol will be thrilled. It was a labor of love. But I have to say I have gotten to know more of the participants and they are a highly intelligent, creative bunch!!
You got it. Good organic forms!