I was in southeastern Kentucky for work and happened upon an abandoned railroad track that used to be the main supply line for coal from the nearby mines. Now a dwindling business in the area, many of the tracks are rusting over, remnants of times (and jobs) past. Needless to say, they are replete with lines, lines, lines everywhere! I may have gotten carried away with focusing on the lines and forgetting to have a clear subject, but here is what I came up with:
"Rays of light in the forest"
Week 1: re-post
Based on the feedback, here is "absorbed" cropped and with a few more edits:
Week 1: Basic composition
Hi Frank and class members!
The project cover photo isn't from this weekend, but I thought it fit the bill in terms of the composition rules we learned. Plus, I just like it and, as a novice, I have a small repertoire from which to select!
The following photos were all taken this weekend, with great effort to apply what we learned in the first session!
This next photo was taken in very low light without a tripod, so it is severely lacking in clarity. In fact, I almost deleted it, but I like the overall composition.
And, the last one was taken on my phone in a moving car...