Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Wordless Wednesday with Sere

Yep I am up again for another Wordless Wednesday. You all are soooo lucky haha! But first some quick business to take care of. I believe that we are still looking for Kevin McQuire to contact regarding last week's Wordless Wednesday. Please, please contact us, we would really love to see your work! Alright, onward ho...

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

Comment's (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 the 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
Lens Nifty Fifty 50mm fixed lens
Aperture f/3.5
Shutter 1/500 sec.
Natural Lighting, Manual Settings

HINT, HINT, HINT..... It is not the fact that both are in black and white! Look deeper my friends!


  1. I think it is the textured metal that ties the two together. I love the textured metal with all that beautiful bokeh.

  2. Wrought iron.

    (sorry, not feeling very wordy this evening)

  3. This is really strange, but to me it looks like spindles from a baby's crib (namely mine, the same one both of my boys use(d). So spindles that keep my kids safe in bed, are like rr ties and bolts and steel that keep my husband safe on the train....whoa, that's a bit of therapy talking!!!

  4. Spikes.
    An iron fence is just spikes driven into the ground.
    Railroad spikes secure rails to railroad ties.

  5. My guess isn't much different, but I see abandoned, maybe forgotten, steel that has stood the test of time without our attention.

  6. I'm going with textured metal... perhaps something that was fashioned with a hammer.

  7. Love the comments!!! You guys are right on! Will let everybody know tomorrow who the winner is :0)....

  8. The randomnizer, however that goofy word is spelled, has spoken and Rachel will be our winner and our next guest photgrapher. Rachel, please email for further instructions. All of your guesses were great. I was going for the iron/metal connection, but I love, love where all your thoughts went :0). Remember we do this every Wednesday so for those of you that didn't make it this week, please try again next week.