Seeing the wonderful glow the sunlight was creating with one flower was breath taking. With the camera placed below the flower, the glow in the yellow daffodil was captured.
One rock in a photo does not give you the size. Only when it is among other rocks can you tell the size, bigger or smaller (scale). By putting one small rock in the foreground, the rocks are shown to be larger. Using smaller rocks in the background gives perspective. Nothing is added to the painting to tell you how big the rocks really are. That is for the viewer to decide. Are the rocks in the background small or large. Only when the painting is finished, if there is something to give the viewer something familiar can they decide the size of the rocks.
At the Search Dog Foundation in Santa Paula CA, dogs train to sharpen their skills to rescue people. You will find the dogs training atop rubble piles, waiting atop a rock for the next command or in the agility training tent working on balance and foot placement. This is only a small sample of the areas they learn to rescue people
A path can be trod upon by many things. They leave behind a clue to who or what was there. Do these clues stay forever? No, they are disturbed by the wind, the rain, and the next thing to cross their path. How many different tracks can you find?
There is magic when you visit a place you spent time as a child. The park has changed but the feeling is the same. There are lots of places to sit or gather to eat your food. It is a nice park, I don’t know why I don’t go to Rocky Nook Park more often.
Breaking the rules, the focus point is in the center. The space to the left gives room for the viewer to imagine the wave creeping up to the rocks and leaving the gifts it carries. A rock pointing to the focal point brings the viewer back into the photo were the portion of a plant is left draped over the rock. The cherry on top.