Slanted View

December 18, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Ever wonder why you can't resist looking at a road that disappears into the distance?  It could be an Alluring Diagonal, which was the subject of a recent GuruShots online challenge I entered.  

In the art of photography, diagonal lines are often used to draw the viewer's eye through the photograph and create points of interest where the lines intersect with other lines within the image.  I tried my hand at it and finished 40th in the Elite level (a group of 1201 photographers) and in the top 20% of more than 3500 total entrants.

Carrot TummyCarrot TummyThis dragonfly was captured at Cornerstone Sonoma in one of their many gardens and got it's name from the vegetable like shape and color of it's abdomen.

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