Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Perceptive Perspective - Freedom

PhotobucketPerceptive Perspective is back! I'm giving it one more "shot". I tried last fall to start this little adventure, but it didn't take off because I didn't have enough followers yet. Hopefully, this time around, it will go better! First thing... I have to apologize for taking so long to get this up. I'm camping and internet is hit and miss, so it's very aggravating. Plus, seeing that I haven't done Mr. Linky in a while, I had to play around and remember how to do it.

Seeing it was just Independence Day, I thought a fitting theme to start with would be "Freedom". I had so many ideas for this one, I had to leave out some. This first one is my favorite. I don't know what exactly says freedom in it, but I LOVE it! (Come back tomorrow and I'll explain how I did this.)
Then, of course, here is another favorite of mine, not for the photo itself necessarily, but for the content. Everyone deserve the freedom of religious beliefs without persecution. Now, this may never fully be possible on this round ball of dirt we call Earth, but it's worth a try anyway.
Finally, there's this little guy... He was growing in a field surrounded by nothing but tall grass. There was no sign of another one like him in site. I don't know where he came from or what his plan was all by himself, but it spoke to me. I wish we all had that same wild freedom.
Now, here's where you come in...


Next Week's Challenge: Movement - show me some fast action or some long exporsure shots!

5 comments:

Tracey said...

I hope this takes off! It's nice to play around and learn with challenge/theme posts... a little extra motivation to get out and try something new and learn from others. I'll be posting soon and often - thank you for hosting this :)

Tracey @ Inspire Me Photography

Ashley Sisk said...

I also hope it takes off. I've linked up to you this week. Thanks for hosting!

Angela said...

I love the perspective of the second shot. It is stunning.

Ashley said...

Thanks for hosting!!!

Julie said...

Beautiful captures!!