Ann-Christine from Leya is hosting Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #201 and she has chosen the theme Three of a Kind but according to the prompt, it’s not the three of a kind one usually thinks about. This three of a kind is sort of like telling a story with 3 photos. I’ll try my best on this one.Continue reading “Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #201: Three of a Kind”
Why does it feel like either I’m not taking trips at all or I’m taking trips all the time? It’s the second trip this week (the first was on Sunday) and this time, it was a trip to the Dinosaur National Monument, which is about 4 hours from me in Jensen, Utah. My uncle drove this time while I was in the passenger seat making sure he doesn’t get lost while enjoying the scenery.
I haven’t processed many of the pictures yet but I can tell I got some of my 2022 favorite photos here.
I have been to Dinosaur National Monument before, back in 2017, but as much as I am interested in dinosaurs, I actually came for the natural scenery this time. As we stopped at each location, I tried to find subjects for my photos because one of the recommendation I got from the instructor of the photography composition class I took in April was to focus on something. “Try to focus on something and not just taking pictures of the general landscape.”
I think focusing on something makes a photo that much interesting. Don’t you think so?
This was taken last summer at the Dinosaur National Monument in Vernal, Utah. Just imagine, millions of years ago, this land was the bottom of the ocean. Continue reading “Tuesday Photo Challenge – Time”