Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Wordless Wednesday with Sere

The poster must post only one(1) photo with settings. No additional verbiage (other than the rules) is allowed.

Commenters (that's you!) must comment and guess how the photo associates with the previous (Tuesday's) photo. We will take every commenter and randomly select a winner on the next Friday around noon (no guarantees on the noon thing - we are artist wannabe's after all). The winner will get to be our guest poster on the following Sunday. If you can't make Sunday, we will pick another day that works for you. We aren't too picky. So if you think you have an answer (or even if you don't) leave a comment, you might just win!

No previous photography experience required. In fact, wannabe's like us, are encouraged. The only criteria; you must be able to take a photo (any camera will do), email said photo, allow 3C1D to publish said photo and follow the rules...

Only one (1) guess per person. All rules strictly enforced with a paddle (Brandi style)!

Ready Set Go!!!!

Nikon D2X
Lens 18-70mm at 18mm
Aperture F/3.5
Shutter Speed 1/2 sec.
Natural Lighting


  1. Color, orange against the dark. Both pictures have a pyrrhic quality.

  2. Change pyrrhic to pyre-like...

    Got too fancy with the words.

  3. Before reading the description in Brandi's photo I immediately thought of fire. The way the light was coming up and the swirl of color...i thought fire. So...that's what I think link the two photo's. Love the pic Sere!!

  4. The colors of the paper flying match the colors in the flames. That's my best guess. I do love the colors too!

  5. Is there a person running through or dancing about behind the fire ???

  6. Haha Jay'me we were with friends so it could have been. I was focusing on the fire though so I'm not sure. Good guesses all!!!

  7. Well the obvious choice is fire, however there is a certain element of vertical movement as well. What's interesting, though, is that in the campfire is stationary with oscillating flames and the paper is falling, yet they actually manage to have the same movement to them.