The thrill of the PERFECT image!
By my own standards of course.
I've never really considered myself a
rather, I'm just
a PICTURE TAKER
Ohhh... but I do love the thrill of capturing an image!
cheering everyone else on...
I'm finally going to give it my BEST shot.
in a photo contest...
I'm entering the GGW Picture This Photo Contest.I've chosen as my "first ever" entry
in a photo contest...
|Alpine Meadow in September|
The theme is Fill the Frame.
Wish me luck!
For a slide show of all the picks in my post,
simply click on one of the images.
Are you still walking?
Don't forget my Autumn Walk Challenge
It's not too late to enter!
What beautiful wildflowers. I love the seed head picture. Good luck in the contest.ReplyDelete
And fill the frame you did! I never would have envisioned an alpine meadow to have so many beautiful flowers so late in the season. Gorgeous! Good luck!ReplyDelete
This Meadow was white with many many feet of snow until mid August. We had a lovely hike there in late September... another day's post!ReplyDelete
What a gorgeous landscape. The meadow is filled to the brim with cheerful, colorful blooms. And the trees behind make a wonderful backdrop. Good luck with the contest!ReplyDelete
Good luck...I think your pics are fab!ReplyDelete
Lovely photo you've chosen. Good luck with the contest.ReplyDelete
Cher Sunray Gardens
I've always admired your photographs. I'm so happy to see that you are entering the contest! Best of luck to you Carolyn ;)ReplyDelete
I wish you luck! Your photo is very nicely composed, I like the low angle. I see two others that could have been entered too, so I think you are more than a 'picture taker'.ReplyDelete
Good luck with contest. I agree with Cat. I have a fondness for your photos, too. Lovely Indian paintbrush. The kind that grows here is more reddish orange.ReplyDelete
Thank you all for your encouragement. You are all so kind. I have also seen the red orange paintbrush here, this pink hued variety was new to me.ReplyDelete
That's a great photo, you should be proud to share it. and what a beautiful meadow you found for picture taking.ReplyDelete
What a lovely meadow photograph - fingers crossed.ReplyDelete
Oh Carolyn these are gorgeous and I love your entry...good luck!!ReplyDelete
Very pretty! I just love meadows! Good luck in the contest!ReplyDelete
You may not consider yourself a photographer but you have a photographer's eye. Congratulation, your pictures are just beautiful.ReplyDelete
They all look like winners to me...good luck!! xxReplyDelete
LOVELY photos! Good luck :)ReplyDelete
Carolyn girl we are some times our harshist critics when it comes to our "picture taking" .. but that is how we keep striving to become better and better at it, right ? And we save our most beautiful ones to frame and hang on the walls of our garden offices .... when we finally get one ? LOLReplyDelete
I think you have a great entry there girl : )
Fingers crossed !
Joy : )
Good luck! I really think that picture captures the spirit of the theme.ReplyDelete
Thanks for your strong entry to the GGW contest. Really nice cropping allows you to fill the frame and have a precise focal point. I think a slightly lower down camera position might have allowed those main flowers (Rudbeckias ?) to be taller and fill up that side a bit more with your story.ReplyDelete