One shot, two ways. Love it! This is an opportunity to see a crazy number of photos and to learn from the experience of other bloggers (I won’t say other photographers because I haven’t earned the right to be included in that category.) , Professional or novice, there’s plenty to be said for both.
Welcome to my home – or at least two sides of it.
Click on the icon to see more of Cheri Lucas Rowlands’ post on One Shot, Two Ways. Explore the entries and you decide which shot is the best.
If you’re interested in finding out more about this weeks challenge, photographer, Jeff Sinon, talks about finding the best shot here.
Thanks for visiting. 🙂
what a happy happy happy home! i love both images and wish i could ask for a handful of stems to put in a vase!
You’d be welcome to a bunch of course, but in the mean time, you could paint them! Haha!
Thanks for the visit, z.
That’s a lot of Black-Eyed Susans. Whether these or sunflowers, Van Gogh would have been impressed.
Both are shot very well. Great perspectives, and gorgeous colour saturations.
Haha! Thanks. Allan.
Yay! I love black-eyed susans. Are they the same flowers from 2 different sides, or different flowers on different sides of the house?
Same flowers. One taken facing west and one, east. Gives it a different contrast and a different look. Fun! ❤
At first I thought I liked the vertical shot because of the powerful natural yellow, but then I kept returning to the horizontal one because of the extra information I get. They’re both good for different reasons.
Was that information, weeds? Haha! There are a few. They add to the ambience. 😉
Thanks, Trish. Nice of you to say.
I would have loved to see this in real life. Any kind of way. Wonderful!
Thiank you so much, Bente! It really is spectacular, and it just all happens by itself. Easy peasy, and pretty. 🙂
You have a beautiful home. The yellow flowers just exudes warmth, joy and a very welcoming ambiance. Thanks for sharing these.
Thank you, IT. 🙂
Both are brilliant and cheery…just different, and the difference makes them even more astounding.
Thank you very much. I appreciate your visit.:-)
Delightful – and there’s always a lesson to learn in each photo challenge, isn’t there?
One of the best things about them. Just one of many. Thanks for stopping by yet again , 🙂 (another best part of this)
I’m very impressed by the contrast in the second composition!
Thank you, frizz. I appreciate your comments.
Gorgeous flowers and great shots Gemma! Love the colours! 😀 *hugs*
Thanks, Sonel. If i could paint them, I would. 😉
A small garden of earthly delights. 😉
Couldn’t think of the name, then somebody said it- black eyed suzies! Lovely.
Are you going to visit all 400 entries to this challenge, Gem? It’s a little daunting 🙂
Not all I’m sure, but many. And yes. There are not enough hours in MY LIFE! to visit as many as I would like, comment, and post my own. I need to revisit the time I get up in the morning. 😉
Look at all those cheery Black-eyed Susans! Great shots, Gemma!
Thanks, M. They do bring a smile, don’t they? 😉
I love both sides of your house, Gemma. Such happy flowers. 🙂
They do make it cheery. 😉
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