Thursday’s Special: Vision

Photographic vision

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Blocking my line of vision

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Here is my entry for Thursday’s Special: Vision. I chose to feature different things that come to mind when I think of the word ‘vision.’

 

 

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Focus

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Here is my entry for this week’s edition of The Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge: Focus. This is one of my favorite photos I ever took [focus-wise] of Oswego Laker hockey.

Weekly Travel Theme: Decadent

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Here is my entry for Weekly Travel Theme: Decadent. I consider being able to not only witness Alex “A-Rod” Rodriguez’s last game as a Yankee (player) firsthand, but also seeing the storm that occurred at the beginning of the game turn into a gorgeous rainbow AND witness the Yankees win (all during my very first time at Yankees Stadium) to be decadence. As a huge Yankees fan, the smile on my face never left from the moment I spotted the stadium when we got off the subway, even when it was pouring rain.

Tuesday Photo Challenge: Weather

Rainy –

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Sunny –

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Cloudy / Incoming Storm –

Photos by Justine Taylor Photography [iPhone]
Here is my entry for this week’s edition of the Tuesday Photo Challenge – Weather. The top two photos were ones I took after one of the most recent thunderstorms. The middle two were taken recently on sunny days of a bearded iris and a wisteria tree, respectively. The bottom two are two iPhone photos I took at Alex Rodriguez (A-Rod)’s last game as a Yankee last August, where it stormed pretty intensely for a while.Β 

One Word Photo Challenge: Frame

 

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Here is my entry for this week’s One Word Photo Challenge with the theme ofΒ Frame. Two of these photos are ones that I love the actual framing of (the top photo of the sunset, which was taken with my iPhone, and the bottom photo which focuses on one of SUNY Oswego’s goalies.) The middle photo is both framed well, and actually encompasses an actual “frame” within the frame.