FRAMES ~ Photo Challenge #98 : Green STAND-OUTS

Again, so so many apologies for having the wrong photo due date for this challenge. I have no idea how I got that wrong on my calendar but it happened and if you had the most amazing entry that I never got to see before the page went to press please still send it along. I’ll do a blog and FB post of the “late but not really late since Meegan really screwed up” entries.

 

The following photos will be published in the March 14th. edition of the Kitsap Sun:

Can do, in a Green Kamanu by Jack C. Harpel I really like the symmetry of the subject and the center composition of this green kayak paddler. The exposure of the image is also fabulous with perfectly saturated colors and tack-sharp focus.
Can do, in a Green Kamanu by Jack C. Harpel
I really like the symmetry of the subject and the center composition of this green kayak paddler. The exposure of the image is also fabulous with perfectly saturated colors and tack-sharp focus.
Stinkbug on a Seashell by Lacey Gibson The way the shape of the shell mimics this little green stinkbugÕs body shape is wonderful! Of course, the vibrant green details of the stinkbug really make this photo but it helps that the image also has strong composition with the use of the Òdead-spaceÓ above the bug and the shell
Stinkbug on a Seashell by Lacey Gibson
The way the shape of the shell mimics this little green stinkbugÕs body shape is wonderful! Of course, the vibrant green details of the stinkbug really make this photo but it helps that the image also has strong composition with the use of the Òdead-spaceÓ above the bug and the shell
Deep In The Forest by Bryan M. Flynn I love the overall green of this landscape shot by Bryan. Now IÕm not just talking about the green of the moss and the ferns but also the green hue of light across the whole image that happens when the light is hitting so much greenness all at once. It is a lovely landscape shot that truly screams Evergreen State.
Deep In The Forest by Bryan M. Flynn
I love the overall green of this landscape shot by Bryan. Now IÕm not just talking about the green of the moss and the ferns but also the green hue of light across the whole image that happens when the light is hitting so much greenness all at once. It is a lovely landscape shot that truly screams Evergreen State.
Green Eggs and Ham by Mathew Niblack This image cracked me upÉgreen eggs and ham, of course what a brilliant subject for a green theme! Other than the fabulous use of creativity making this a great image, I also like how un-stylized it is as a food shot. And what I mean is, one of course would not photograph a plate of green eggs and ham on fine china with a fancy table setting with multiple light sources because Sam-I-Am would not be serving them up that way. Green eggs and ham frankly stands alone in a photo on a standard plate with a standard napkin. Mathew captured this subject wonderfully.
Green Eggs and Ham by Mathew Niblack
This image cracked me upÉgreen eggs and ham, of course what a brilliant subject for a green theme! Other than the fabulous use of creativity making this a great image, I also like how un-stylized it is as a food shot. And what I mean is, one of course would not photograph a plate of green eggs and ham on fine china with a fancy table setting with multiple light sources because Sam-I-Am would not be serving them up that way. Green eggs and ham frankly stands alone in a photo on a standard plate with a standard napkin. Mathew captured this subject wonderfully.