FRAMES: Photo Challenge #49: Corner Composition: CLOSED

Nice job on the corner composition photos everyone!

Here are the final entries that filtered in (thanks to the extended deadline I think) and I’ll start mulling over them and try to choose my stand-outs tonight as well as post the next challenge!

“Rialto Splendor” by Dick Miles

“Fish On” by Connie Bickerton

“Precious Kitty” by Debbie Nopp

“Customer Service” by Lea Bessler

“Orchid” by Jack C. Harpel

“Me and My Shadow” by Jamie Forsyth

“Lake Crescent Sentinel” by Harriet Miles

“Customer Service” by Lea Bessler

“Stirling” Engine” by Dilong-paradoxus

“Flower in a Vase” by Jack C. Harpel

“Customer service by Lea Bessler

“Odd Man Out” by Lael Alspach

“Gone To Seed” by Jack C. Harpel

“Untitled” by Jack C. Harpel

“Resting Eagle” by Jack C. Harpel








5 thoughts on “FRAMES: Photo Challenge #49: Corner Composition: CLOSED

  1. I don’t know why all mine are named “customer service”. Error on my end. They are all cell phone shots. My “real” camera is stilling all alone, crying because she’s been neglected…

    Jack C. Harpel always has wonderful shots. My favorite one of his on this page is the one with the shells. I love the subject and the picture. :)

    1. Lea I had just assumed you were going REALLY artsy with your photo titles. 😉

  2. I’m so disappointed. I’ve been taking tons of “corner” pictures and hadn’t gotten around to “working” with them, and submitting and now I’ve missed it! That deadline just snuck up on me. Oh well, of those above, I particularly like the clam, the resting eagle, Me and my shawdown, Lake Cresent Sentinel, and one of Lea’s where the child is looking towards the camera and smiling. Interestingly several of mine were of yellow tulips or orchids similar to those posted here. Congratulations everyone. I enjoyed your efforts.

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