~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #60: Framing the Shot ~

Windows offer a challenging way to frame shots. Sometimes the results are lovely, as in the photo below. 

IMG_9636Pacific Ocean view, from a window in North Head Lighthouse, Ilwaco, WA

Because many of my photos are taken in natural settings, I often frame with flora to add dimension.

p1020883Suffused sunset view from Beach Haven, to West Beach and Waldron Island, WA

P1090894Megler/Astoria bridge, view from Fort Columbia State park, WA

Crescent Creek shotSunrise at Crescent Creek, OR

Another challenging way to add interest, is to use natural and manmade frames.

View from Anacortes pierAnacortes Ferry Landing, WA

Version 2Driftwood at Long Beach, WA

Structures and walkways often provide lines that direct our eyes to the subject as in the photo below.

IMG_7694Marina at Port of Ilwaco, WA

For this challenge I looked back through my archives to photos taken long ago, and stored on an older computer. Thank you Amy, for a prompt that took me into the “way back machine”!

https://shareandconnect.wordpress.com/2019/08/24/fram/

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17 Responses to ~ Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #60: Framing the Shot ~

  1. Tatiana says:

    Very nice photos – I especially like the first window looking outside!

  2. Amy says:

    Fabulous selections, Lindy! Each has a beautiful and unique way to frame the scene. Love the first one, I feel like I was there looking out the window. Both natural and manmade are well used to frame the images. Thank you!

  3. A beautiful sequence Lindy, I especially love the view through the lighthouse window in the first image 🙂💖 xxx

  4. Leya says:

    A varied and absolutely lovely gallery, Lindy! The first and the fifth one especially speaks to me. Vertical and horizontal – very alike but very unlike. The Fort Columbia is so soothingly beautiful.

  5. JohnRH says:

    Great choices. That first one, the window, is superb.

  6. myplaidheart says:

    All lovely. I especially like the first one.

  7. Tina Schell says:

    All great examples Lindy but the opening window (pun intended) is outstanding

  8. Olga says:

    Lovely looks at your framed memories, Lindy. Many wonderful moments. I’ll join the crowd with expressing my love of the lighthouse capture. 🙂

  9. Karine says:

    Very nice series. I particularly like the industrial atmosphere in the last one.

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