1. What frames appeal to you most?In looking at ways to frame the subject of a photo, I notice 2 general tendancies: I don't always prefer a completely closed frame - in fact, sometimes the subject of the photo was part of the frame; secondly, I rely on color more than shape or perpendicular/parallel forms. It would be an interesting excercise for me to look for ways to frame in black and white photography. 2. Does this preference reveal anything to you about the way in which you frame people, God, or elements of your life? I think I'm hesitant to box anyone or anything into a frame - I often look at potential instead of performance, which has both positives and negatives - especially in parenting. This also reminds me of the fact that God, while always Himself and never changing, usually works outside the framework of what I can see, understand or expect... He's too infinite and too holy for me to try and "enclose" Him in a frame.
The first one is my favorite. A family framed by a rearing horse. Oh, my! God bless you!
no words needed. i see the purity of their joy, your joy in the piercing blue of their eyes.
Definitely attracted by the beauty in the last photo but the one that impressed me the most carried attitude! The little on in the middle, face framed by the red bars of the climbing gym. Loved her expression.Blessings,Janis
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