FRAMES: Photo Challenge #54: Wildlife: STAND-OUTSAugust 24th, 2012 by Meegan Reid
Nice work on the wildlife frames everyone!
Here are my “stand-outs” that will be published in the Sunday, August 26, 2012 edition of the Kitsap Sun. Remember, there are no winners and losers, I just pick a few photos that stand-out to me for various reasons and ramble a bit about them.
So how are those Fair challenge photos coming hmmm?
“Orcas at Point No Point” by Connie Bickerton
I love the simplicity of this photo; three fins cutting through the water with a snowy mountain backdrop. It’s beautiful and it works.
“Untitled” by Steve S
This shot reminds me of one of those “angry celebrity yelling at the paparazzi” photos. I’m quite certain hat little fawn is yelling “HEY, you stop taking my photo!” Besides the humorist aspect of the frame, it also has really nice detail in the fawn’s coat and long eyelashes.
“Snowy Owls” by Cameron Teller
This frame has not only gorgeous detail in the owls and their feathers but I also really love how each is in a a different stage of flight. It’s a really nice image.
“Cherry Picker” by Jack C. Harpel
I like the nonchalant pose of this little mischievous critter with its head rested on the branch. Also, the colors of the leaves and the sporadic reds of the cherries really make make the photo “pop”.
“Eagle Pose” by Noelle Morris
This frame has gorgeous detail, lovely light and has captured a terrific mid-flight pose of an eagle.