Photo Challenge: Lens-Artists #60 – Framing the Shot

This weeks challenge is to choose photos that illustrate different ways of framing images.

When shooting landscapes I like to use trees, flowers, and other foliage as a frame.

Double Rainbow after a summer storm
Palm trees frame this double rainbow after a summer storm
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The fireweed on high on a cliff provides the frame above foggy Kachemak Bay in Homer, Alaska
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Sea oats frame the Tybee Island Lighthouse, Georgia

Doors, windows and arches provide frames for some of my photos.

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Arches at Ft. Pickens, Florida
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Mount Rushmore from one of the tunnels on Iron Mountain Road in South Dakota
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Cyclists on the Blue Ridge Parkway framed by a tunnel

Thanks to Amy at The World is a book for the Lens Artists Challenge – Framing the Shot this week

24 thoughts on “Photo Challenge: Lens-Artists #60 – Framing the Shot

  1. Beth, are the arches from Ft. Jefferson in the Dry Tortugas? It looks very familiar. In addition to framing, you used the rule of thirds in the Alaska photograph. It is my favorite way to shoot landscapes. I love how you framed the lighthouse through the seagrass. Very nice.

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