A fine last week for “WILD” but there is less of a wild crowd out there than I expected. Wildly odd not having extra photos this week.
My photo was so wild I had to stamp CENSORED on it.
“Censored Wild” Photo By: Me
Photo By: Christopher D. Bennett. Go check out his website www.photography139.com for many other good photos.
“It’s peanut butter jelly time, peanut butter jelly time, peanut butter jelly time.” REMINDER LINK Maybe that will get it stuck in the heads of many people and increase submissions. Chris stopped by to press the button and I think to get past wild. I shook the machine twice while pressing the button. After the spinning stopped I found the answer leading this way:
This is actually another rule of photography. Definition: Leading lines are lines within an image that leads the eye to another point in or out of the image. Anything with a definable line can be a leading line. An example is fences, bridges, or roadways. Leading lines with a subject that is placed according to the rule of thirds should make your image very strong. GOOGLED. My gallery contains a whole set of leading lines photos which can be found HERE. This should be another interesting photo to see what others come up with it.