Framing the Shot (Lens-Artists #60)

The Lens-Artists Photo Challenge this week is Framing the Shot here at The World is a Book.

Here are my photos for this theme:

Frame, no frame, frame, depth

 

These next two photos are taking us away from the spiders on the bridge -and bring us back to the human experience – 

Both of these photos were captured this summer –

The first one is framed by the fence and the second one has the strong rectangles framing, or structuring, the photo from within (at least in my mind) –

And then the message with the trashed items gives us lots to consider.

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44 thoughts on “Framing the Shot (Lens-Artists #60)

    1. hahah- that was fun that you know the Richmond Spiders – so thanks for the smile
      and did you also know that Virginia is the “spider state” – I guess we have more of them than most places

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    1. Thanks Amy – and regarding the trash photos – In photo A the furniture was still kind of new – so my heart sank to imagine someone “evicted” – compare that to the old 1980s couch in photo B – one that needs to meet the landfill –

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  1. Those are exactly the type of spider webs I seem to walk through when I get the newspaper in the early morning hours. Great photos, Yvette! That mauve colored sofa looks like my first purchase when I moved out from my parents in the early 1990’s. 🙂

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    1. Jill – thank you for the comment about your couch!! A while ago I was writing about the couches that were this color – my mother had something different but close in color – and it was nice in 1990 – but I could not find a photo to share for that post – and then saw this one driving in Canada this summer –
      also – I just “love” (not) when we get a web all over us first thing int he morning
      happens here too

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    1. hahah. Abrie – that is such a good point – but I was not getting too close to either one of those trash piles – hahah
      and welcome back – nice to see you online

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    1. wow – seeing right outside the window – did you get a photo ?
      and yes, spider state – but we also heard that when you see spiders – you know the environment is healthy (something like that)

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    1. thanks BB = and this was the photo I told you about a long time ago – not sure if you recall – but I recently saw you shared your side in the fence and it reminded me of these – I was going to link you but – well – only so much time – ha –

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  2. YIKES … scarey lil spider. I’m so sensitive to insect bites that I run the other way.
    Brave of you to photograph this one. Fantastic …
    Isadora 😎
    ps – I think the spider photo is a hit. I noticed the comments about the lil thing. : )

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