Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #151: From Large to Small

This week, Patti leads LAPC theme–“From Large to Small”. She suggested “Start with a photo of a big subject in that color (for example, a wall) and move all the way down to a small subject in that same color.

Orange sky, Kauai island sunset

A lovely butterfly with tiny orange spots on its wings.

Blue sky, mountains, and sea:

A small blue window captured at the Cairo Market place:

Green rice field, Kyoto countryside:

In our backyard:

Click to view Patti’s inspiring and creative photos of From Large to Small challenge this week. Hope you will join us. Be sure to link to her post and include the “Lens-Artists” tag.

Many thanks to Dianne Millard’s special Let’s Get Wild challenge last week enabling us to share and enjoy wild scenes and wildlife images around the world.

Next week Ann-Christine will host LAPC #152.

66 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #151: From Large to Small

  1. Love your choices, Amy! I must chime in on the butterfly – a stunning image! I still have to think about mine…this was a challenging challenge, at least to me!


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  3. Hi Amy
    What an absolutely gorgeous butterfly! And your misty miuntainsnfading into the future along the sea is beautiful and evocative. The small green growth in your backyard is lit perfectly. Lovely photos all of them,

    Here’s my submission for this week’s challenge. I broke the rules a bit and didn’t drill down as specified BUT I do show large and small things.. Hope that’s ok!

    We Now Interrupt our Regularly Scheduled Great Blue Heron Programming

    Best, Babsje

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  5. Excellent approach Amy – I like how you chose multiple colors and showed the size comparison. Hadn’t thought of that! Also, I’m stunned that you’ve been to Kiawah – how did I not know that?!?!? When were you here?


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