Mobile Photography: Nature and Mono Madness: Curve

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This week, Sally (Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge) presents dried flowers from her garden. Her “pens” section is as beautiful as her “lens”. She said, “…Some end of season annuals and perennials become burdened with weathering and fading into the background. Still, I find magic in their presence. And their next life becomes fodder for my compost bin to enrich next year’s crops.”

Sally continues inspiring us of using mobile devices for photography. Thank you Sally!



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The above bridge image is for this week’s Monochrome Madness: Curves

The Lamar Boulevard Bridge (659 feet long, completed in 1942) is an Open spandrel arch bridge over Colorado River in Austin, Texas. The black and white image I posted (lines and angles) last week was taken from under the bridge. On any sunny or warmer day, weekend especially, you can watch kayaks and canoes paddling through the bridge and along the LBJ Lake, it’s a very pleasant scene. 

Thank you so much for visiting! 🙂

51 thoughts on “Mobile Photography: Nature and Mono Madness: Curve

  1. Pingback: Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge: Nature (and a Seasonal Legacy) | Lens and Pens by Sally

  2. Most inviting pathway impressively lined by a wooden fence on one side and leaving the viewer to decide if its right side is free, tree-lined,or fenced as well … Perfect vantage point and perspective all the way through,dear Amy.And then comes the lovely sideways view over the beautiful arched bridge and the wonderful reflections!Truly masterful photography,perfect use of light 🙂 xxx

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