Thursday, March 8, 2012

Transitions and Growth

I'm lovin' the warm spring days that are coming! Our area is seeing spring early this year!
In the cool blah days of winter, I find myself challenged by lack of inspiration. No color, just cold and wet and blah.   Unfortunately this year, lack of inspiration has equated to a lack of posts from me.  Sorry about that!  Hopefully the change in weather will bring my spark back.

This blog has evolved into a photography website that is peppered with projects and miscellaneous creative things. I love doing projects. I always have.  But, as you may have noticed over the past six months since I started this blog, my passion is the photography! I become engulfed trying to tell a story or "spin a yarn" as they say.

My next challenge is to figure out how to take this passion for photography to the next level! A scary thought! It's also a very daunting thought since I still need to keep the day job in balance. 

Have you made a transition that seemed impossible to you?  I would love to know your thought on it!



Here is one of my latest portraits from a recent shoot. I think it came out very dream-like and peaceful. As the viewer, what questions come to you as you see the photo? Do you see a storyline? 






By just rotating the photo, your prospective changes.  Now, it looks to me as if she's falling, drowning, sinking. As if she's peacefully given up.....  





Yeah, that is a bit of a downer view of the photo. I just think it's interesting how a small change can change the story you are telling.

What story do you see?

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Like the idea? I would be honored for you to link back to this post!



This post is linked here.....

.....In the MCP March Challenges:
     Challenge #1:  Take a picture from a high vantage point, from above your subject 
     Challenge #3: Express the following word in a photo: Transition
A Rural Journal - Your Sunday Best #7
Life with My 3 BoyBarians - Project 52 Phot Challenge - Week 10 - Theme "Be Still"


14 comments:

  1. Wonderful photography.
    I like both versions.

    Regards and best wishes

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  2. very nice work! have a nice day :)

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    1. Thank you, Geanina! I hope your weekend was good!

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  3. Wonderful shots! Have a great week!

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    1. Hi Cris-Mary! Thank you! I hope you have a great week too!

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  4. I agree, each shot tells a different story. Well done, Robyn.

    Thanks so much for sharing with Your Sunday Best. :)

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  5. I love the way you changed the directionality of the shot in the different frames. I see a beautiful lady lying and meditating all alone in her world of white. Such a beautiful shot. genie

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    1. Hi Genie! Thank you! It was a fun shoot! Have a good week!

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