Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Wordless Wednesday with Sere with one change....

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 a look at every commenter's comments and randomly select a winner on the following Saturday. The winner will get to be our guest poster on the following Tuesday. If you can't make Tuesday, 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 D90
18-70mm lens at 38mm
Aperture F/6.3
Shutter 1/100 sec.
ISO 640
Natural Lighting


  1. My guess to tie the two together is the black and white with the contrast increased!

    BTW I love this. It is so beautiful.

  2. The connection I see between Brandi's Tuesday picture of hands and Sere's landscape (or is it skyscape?) is that the subject matter of each photo evokes emotion due to the relationships.

    Brandi's father and daughter hands tells a story of the relationship between two special humans. Sere's tells a story of the relationship between the earth and the sky.

    The key difference is that the cloudy, backlit sky shows turmoil - threat and promise and movement - while the earth lies still, though not lifeless.

    The similarities are due to the relationship factors than the black and white, IMHO.

    If I had the money and resources, I'd love to take a landscape shot from the same exact spot on the hour, every daylight hour for a full day, and repeat once a month until I had a year's worth. I would love to see the relationship between change and constancy throughout the year. Let's hear it for four seasons! So all I need is the right subject and the right tools to make that happen... Not likely gonna happen, but it's on my list... 8-)

    Keep up the good work you guys; I really enjoy cruising through your photographic meanderings!