Black & White Sunday: Composition

Today’s theme is Composition – Paula suggests we can interpret this as we like. I have gone for a leading line, to take us straight to the subject:

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37 comments

  1. A ‘selfie’ in the lavender fields. Nicely done, Sue.
    Best wishes, Pete.

  2. You are very good composer, dear Sue! We like your line and story.
    Have a great week ahead!

  3. Oh yes, very leading
    Lovely in b&w as well as colour 😀

  4. So you have! This is unusual, Sue 🙂 Hope you’ve had a happy Sunday.

  5. I’m laughing, although not at your excellent photo, but because it looked like someone with a golf club to me. That’s how non-selfie-stick oriented I am! 🙂

    janet

  6. I am so silly. I thought she was holding a golf club and I thought to myself, how can she play golf in the lavender field 😀 and then I realised it is one of those selfish sticks as you call them. This is a fabulous and very humorous shot. Congratulations, Sue. You have me laughing 😀

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  8. It took me a while to realise it was it wasn’t a golf bat, silly selfie sticks!

  9. I had to laugh at Janet’s comment as I also thought it was a golf club when I first saw the picture! I wondered who or what she was clubbing!

  10. A perfect composition , anyway, regardless golf club or selfie stick….

  11. I also thought it was a golf club. 😀 I’m not a selfie person at at all. Great take on the B&W challenge, Sue.

  12. Ah.. I saw a golf club too at first… but the realization it was a selfie stick just proves how behind I am.

  13. If I HAD to take a selfie, a lavender field might possibly be my first choice of location. Beautiful B+W photo.

  14. That photo looks like it can be from the wizard of oz, or chitty chitty bang bang. Thanks for sharing.

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