It is the last day of February which means it is time for my monthly recap: 


and a smaller Black & White gallery:


The Quest for Daily Bread



In response to weekly photo challenge: quest


I participate in WordPress' Weekly Photo Challenge 2016

I participate in WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge 2016

Thursday’s Special: Breaking the Rules

When I came up with the theme for today’s challenge I was thinking about breaking photographic rules like the rule of thirds, taking unfocused photos, holding camera on an angle, experimenting with framing, or the rule that I most definitely broke – the rule of creating active space for moving subject to move into.

If you are photographing a subject that is moving you should place more empty space in front of it than behind it. This gives the viewer of the image a sense of where the subject is moving and creates a sense of anticipation.

While following this rule can produce some excellent results, breaking it can add a little tension and intrigue to your images. It can also convey a sense of speed and/or give the viewer a sense of where the subject has been rather than where they are headed.



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If you are not a photographic rule breaker, feel free to post your different take on the theme. I look forward to seeing your results. Happy Thursday!




Click on the links bellow to check out the entries:


Debbie broke the rules

Irene’s rules to be broken

Stave Church at Norwegian Folk Museum

Ese’s Rule Breaker 🙂

Sonya’s breaking the rules

 Klara’s take on BTR

 Patricia’s rule breaker

 Running Ostrich and Ngong Hills

 Playing till Melting 

 Breaking the rules by Anna


 Only Footprints



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This is my response to Weekly Photo Challenge: Contrasts



In a Split Second

I will fly away from here.





To see other posts for this week’s photo challenge click here.