Nancy Merrill Photography challenges us each week to share a photo that expresses the theme of the week. This time it is NOSTALGIC.
When the grandkids were small, we had them wait (patiently?) on the steps while an adult made sure Santa had come. Those were precious moments that can only be relived when they have children of their own.
This week Nancy Merrill’s photo challenge is about composition: “Threes and Threes.” We are to display the main subject, not in the center, but placed off to about one third. I was pleased to have found these three items in just about the right position:
Nancy Merrill’s photo challenge topic is “ANYTHING.” That certainly gives plenty of room to consider. As a long time gardener and lover of beautiful flowers, I decided to share a photo of one of my favorites.
This is a pink tree peony. I don’t know its name, but it really doesn’t need a name. It looks almost unreal. Remember when we were kids, we made flowers out of crepe paper? Nothing could match this.
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