This weeks photo challenge has really got me looking again at my photos in a different light. Most of the time when I change to portrait when doing landscapes is because I sense that it would look better as a portrait. I don’t really analyze the situation, I just do it.
Here are my choices for photos:
Other than PS the wire out, these two tulip scenes work both ways. (in my view)
The portrait scene works for me, where the landscape mode just doesn’t cut it.
Do you agree or disagree. What do you see?
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I agree! The portrait scene shows more of the water and reflections and also lets the viewer concentrate on the tree more. Stunning shots! 😀
Great collection of photos for this challenge Barbara! Love the bright colours of the tulips, they are such beautiful flowers.
Thanks Janaline…its too bad that the tulips don’t last longer because they are so beautiful…thanks for commenting..