The road taken—and framed

The photo challenge this week—“The road taken” gets a big YES from me! I’m always finding surprises and delights at the end of my lens, making any photographic outing a worthwhile road taken.

One aspect of taking photos that I enjoy as much as finding the subject is composing within a natural frame. Sometimes I see that frame when I take the picture. At other times it becomes obvious first when I download the photos on my computer. So I guess you could say that the process of framing or cropping to frame subjects within their setting is an additional pleasant surprise of the road taken.

Here are a few framed photos of scenes along “the road taken.”

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The covered staircases of Trail B.C. (Photo © 2017 by V. Nesdoly)

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Canoe on the Kettle River, Grand Forks, BC (Photo © 2017 by V. Nesdoly)

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Boat in  Bellingham, Bay, WA (Photo © 2017 by V. Nesdoly)

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Sunrise on the floodplain pond (Photo © 2017 by V. Nesdoly)

This post is linked to The Daily Post, weekly photo challenge “The Road Taken (show us something that surprised or delighted you on the road taken).”

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2 thoughts on “The road taken—and framed

  1. Pingback: The Road Taken: Junction | What's (in) the picture?

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