Photography Challenge with Sue Karski

A Weekly Photo Themed Blog

Week 1 – #25 – A Little Red Dot

on August 3, 2012

A challenge.  I will say.  Landscapes and wildlife are there for us to photograph, but this challenge – makes you visit each of the theme items and spend time interpreting what each means.  And with that thought, I am starting this challenge with a little red dot.  I looked at flowers, bugs, and determined this was going to take me longer to find a true red.  I found a lot of orange, but not a red and no dots. And this was a little red dot, not dots. Not as easy as it looks.

Then…… the red dot captured me.  I found the red dot wherever I looked.  Including rolling down the white hill against a blue sky.  Ok, it was a towel, but you get the drift.   This was going to be fun.  And it is giving me chances to spend time trying different things with my camera.

F22, 2.5 sec., ISO 250, 73mm

Rolling Down Hill


9 responses to “Week 1 – #25 – A Little Red Dot

  1. mindytowns says:

    Well done Sue! I love your creativity! Oh this is going to be so much fun…. 🙂

  2. tnwaltz says:

    Wow! Sue, this is what this challenge is all about. You are an inspiration to me!

  3. preed913 says:

    This could be red white and blue theme too!

  4. thegatorgal says:

    A patriotic maraschino cherry! (When are you going to tell us what it is?)

  5. Sue Karski says:

    Ah so to stop the wondering, the blue is a towel, the white is a small cat toy, and the red dot – well , it is the head of an extra fine straight pin – with a 5mm crystal glass ball head – red.

  6. As Paul Harvey would have said, “Now you know the rest of the story.”

  7. billemills says:

    Can I borrow your pin – what does it charge per hour? Great creative approach.

  8. legdallas says:

    Very creative. I like it.

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