Monday, October 5, 2009

Odd Angles Blog-to-Blog Treasure Hunt - Group No. 4: Architecture and Structure

I have found that putting myself at a different angle when taking a photograph allows me to capture interesting details that I might miss when looking at something directly and from my full height. This group includes perspectives I have noticed along the way. I have tried to capture the detail that caught my eye. Enjoy!



frosty morning

the gate

Now, be sure to continue around the treasure hunt loop - there are 6 blogs in all, and leave at least one comment under a photo on each blog, in order to be registered to win an ACEO! (And yes, it is possible to win more than one!)

Your next stop in this fabulous treasure hunt loop is Christine' blog Purple Pony Art ! Also take a minute to stop by her terrific Etsy shop, for nature and animal ACEOs, greeting cards and prints!

Thank you so much for participating in our Odd Angles Treasure Hunt! We have so much fun creating them, and truly appreciate you stopping by!

Good luck, and have fun!


readingsully2 said...

Lots of wonderful shots, Allie.:) One of my favorites is the mud puddle one. LOL

Pam of Always Artistic said...

Wow these are awesome!

SKnights Art Photography said...

Good grief. You have an amazing eye. All your photos are very inspiring to me!

Allie said...

Thank you, Carole, Pam and SKnights!

Pam - I love that one too. Taken on one of our spur-of-the-moment trips. We were in Pacifica, and the children found a real treasure - a mud puddle!

Pam - thank you - a true compliment coming from you! :)

SKnights - wow - how kind of you! I am so glad that you are enjoying my pictures - that means a lot to me!

readingsully2 said...

Great work on these for sure. :)

Irene Paradisi said...

I love the 'windows' and frosty morning!!Great composition!!

-ange- said...

I LOVE the gate picture!