Look Up, Look Down Challenge, Week 50

Look Up, Look Down Challenge, Week 50 — please click the link to find out more about this challenge.

Look up and down can be fun. The first photo is about a green light and the sun, and the second photo raindrops.

Green light and the sun

Green light and the sun

Rain drops

Rain drops

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About Helen C

A retired computer programmer who loves writing and photographing, and has managed to publish a YA novel "Jin-Ling’s Two Left".
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23 Responses to Look Up, Look Down Challenge, Week 50

  1. benrowef64 says:

    Particularly like the top image with the repetition of circles and light.

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  2. Amy says:

    The capture of the green light and the orange sun is really awesome! Raindrops are beautiful.

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  3. Cee Neuner says:

    Your first shot is absolutely fabulous. I would love some rain right now. It was pleasantly just a little to warm right now. 🙂

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    • Helen C says:

      Thanks, Cee. I like the shot, but it is not as sharp as I would like it to be. I have learned your way of holding the camera and I thought I have overcome my problem. I wonder if I had used focus an area instead of focus on one spot. So many things to remember ;-(

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  4. Debbie Smyth says:

    It works very well as it is. Don’t be too critical; the overall composition and mood is brilliant. My kind of photo as I enjoy that juxtaposition of similar but different. Thank you for sharing your photos on the Up Down Challenge.

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  5. Elizabeth says:

    The green and orange are perfect!

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  6. Sue says:

    I loved the rain photo. I love the smell of rain, and I can smell it in your photo.

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  7. carolee1945 says:

    I really appreciate your self photo critiques and the responses from others. They really help me get ideas to improve my own photos. What is Cee’s way of holding the camera?

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  8. Great use of the juxtaposition of the man-made and genuine source of light in the first image and the presence of the present, in the second.

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