I like the creativity! My favorite is number 3! Think of the stories you can tell in one picture! Susie Hier
1, 3, and 6 are my favorites! Remember to keep using the rule of thirds, even when there aren't people in the picture.Jordan
I like the softness and creativity of 6.Don L.
I am so glad to see the photos... great to see creative minds at work. Remeber - there is a story being told in every part of creation. Ask yourself before you take the photo, can I tell a story with this photo? Ask your friends for ideas. Ask how could we tell a David and Goliath story? How could your image show time? How could your image show power? You will see life differently when you want to tell a story. Every rock, river and tree becomes a small package for the delivery of what you want to say. Quoting our pastor from the morning meeting, "There is a gift under every rock." Another small technical note: Try different angles of the same photo. You will be surprised what happens!Keep up the excellent work. Naomi, blessings will come your way. I am so happy to see your blog and what you are doing in the school. Bless you! Chris Kirk
Great pictures! I especially like #2 and #11. Picture #17, I am very curious about!!! What could it be? :)
Rose took picture #17. She found a vent on the side of a house very interesting. Thank you for all the encouraging comments!
My favorite pictures are #2 and #6. - Emily Hier
I can tell that some of the photos were taken with consideration of what you've been told about depth of field. Keep up the good work!-Laura Dyne Swanzy
These are great! I really like #17 because it creates a design pattern out of a common everyday object. Also you can't tell at first what it is so it has a mystery about it.Keep up the good work,Mr. Waters