In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Rule of Thirds.”
This is my entry, using my ordinary camera phone. Never expected I can get this nice quality photo.
Anyways, I hope I kept up with the title of my blog, and this week’s theme. Still learning and my output’s always a work in progress.
When I was a kid and having held a film camera for the first time, I remember my mom telling me to balance the image I see in the camera lens. I must make sure that everyone fits in the picture so as not to waste that precious shot from our twelve-shots film camera. Balance, also known as Symmetry. Many snapshots ahead and now I have learned this art form little by little, on my own style and pace of course. After all, there is no right or wrong way of expressing one’s feelings, creativity, or talent.
So, without much ado here is my take on Symmetry, this week’s photo challenge.
I took this when I got to visit Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia some years ago. Quit a structure, as it was one of the tallest buildings in the world. Very fascinating.
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Scale.”
Today’s just a typical Sunday morning at home. Had to deal with a bunch of my son’s Hot Wheels, and so I grabbed one for this photo challenge response.
For a snail, just roughly a meter climb is considered a feat. I have not studied Biology that much to know why snails like to climb surfaces. To have a clearer view of the world perhaps?