Poetic Challenges & Poetic "First Drafts"
Margaret, of course I am going to say the red barn but why not the last photo of your dog covered in snowball fur, it's wonderful. Sure made me laugh.
Just pure attraction, #6- the barn goes without saying- but too familiar. Last one is Great!
i was all for #1 until i saw #6...
#1 is a postcard pic, but I like #2 better. And I really think you should reconsider that last shot.
They are all great but my choice would be number 6 as well.Caroline
6 or 8
The last one is delightful! I like #6 and #7 the best.
I'm not a good judge when it comes to things like this, but I like number 1 best with 8 as a close runner up.All the pictures are very beautiful. Thank you for sharing them!
I really like the tones in the first shot, are they taken this year? do you have snow already??
sorry Margaret, I left my comment under the lizzard. It really is a wonderful shot.but not what you asked.
Oh, that's tough, Margaret. I'd say 1 or 6 - without knowing for what purposes exactly, because in fact they are all wonderful!
When I got to #8, I stopped breathing...so I guess that's a dead give-away for me. :)
All fantastic shots. You know I love winter. #6 is my favorite, and I really love that last one.
Number 1 is a special place as it was a beautiful spot in a park right across from our house in Petoskey, MI. Number 8 is a lovely place here in NC... a place I THOUGHT didn't get much snow. hmm.Number 6 I chose because I used to drive by this farm house every day in Michigan when I was taking my kids to school. No one lived there, and I yearned to buy it and breath life into it once again. I imagined it with flowers and paint... Thank you all for helping me decide. And yes, the last photo of our poor little doggie... It took a long time to get him thawed out! :)
I like #6 because it has nice framing and #8 because I like the textures of the sky and the thin layer of ice. If you're allowed to crop, I would consider a cropped version of your poor dogsicle.
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