Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects

Word Press has a weekly photo challenge – this week’s topic is “Two Subjects,” meaning two subjects are part of the photo composition.Β  This is my first time trying this, but I came up with a few entries.

Today, while I was out walking I spotted a lone buttercup in a field of clover…..

and last weekend I captured this goose standing guard over his nest at a fountain outside our hotel….

These two I took last Fall on vacation – surf coming in on glistening sand…

and a palm tree moon at dusk…

And now, if I’m going to keep participating in this, I guess I’m gonna have to get a higher resolution camera!

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100 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects

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  2. sued51 says:

    Love the goose! I don’t have a great camera either…it is just fun participating…everyone’s great. I look forward to seeing your shots for the next challenge!

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  4. Excellent interpretation – lovely shots! I especially like the goose πŸ™‚

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  5. LivE says:

    ps. so sorry for the repetitive comments… chrome kept telling me my post wasn’t coming up because of a server problem. i wanted to delete the redundant ones but couldn’t find the button to do it. *sigh* sorry again. πŸ™‚

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  6. LivE says:

    great take/s on the challenge, each and every photo! my favorite is the sand-and-surf and all that glistening goodness πŸ™‚ thanks for passing by my blog and liking my post too. πŸ™‚

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  7. LivE says:

    great take/s on the challenge, each and every photo! my favorite is the surf-and-sand and all that glistening goodness. πŸ™‚ thanks for passing by my blog and liking my post too. πŸ™‚

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  8. LivE says:

    great take/s on the challenge, each and every one of them! my favorite is the surf/sand and all that glistening goodness! thanks for passing by my blog and liking my post too. πŸ™‚

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  9. pattisj says:

    These are great examples! I like the surf/sand one a lot, the color, textures are great. Palm trees are always nice, and geese…:) Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  10. Keep on!!!!!!!!!!!! Really nice first post!

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  11. Love the shot of the lone buttercup! Looking forward to seeing more of your entries in future photo challenges πŸ™‚

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  12. cocomino says:

    How beautiful. Great shots. πŸ™‚

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  13. Wow fantastic photo’s πŸ˜€

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  14. Arindam says:

    Great collection of photographs. It made me smile to see that, your last photograph is quite same to what I posted for this week’s challenge. Great post.

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  17. orples says:

    I love your choices for two subjects, especially the buttercup in the clover…sweet and simple. πŸ™‚

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  19. Kris says:

    Nice shot of the moon! I end up getting a white blur when I try to take a picture of it with my camera.

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  21. mjspringett says:

    I have read a few of your posts and loved them every one, please keep it up, us old folk (retired) need to stick together, thanks for visiting my site and continued happy paddling,MJ

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    • Wow – thanks! I’m starting to get in a better groove and hope to begin posting on some health & money things starting this week – thanks so much for the encouragement! And by the way, I think your flower photos are exquisite.

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  23. Michael Fishman says:

    I really like the surf coming up on the sand, that’s a really neat picture. I could hear the gentle surf and I felt like I wanted to be sitting about a foot away. A higher resolution camera might be nice, but I think (and I’m certainly no expert!) that the beauty in photography is in the image and if it’s a small picture that doesn’t make it any less beautiful or powerful. Better cameras don’t equal better photographers! Thanks for visiting my blog and for your comment!

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  25. Gobetween says:

    I need a cool camera too. I love the colour of the leaves in the first photo. Great selection for the challenge.

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  26. travtrails says:

    Interesting images

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  27. well done. I’ve really enjoyed the variety of interpretations bloggers have come up with for this challenge.

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  28. Gorgeous! I am not sure if I could pick a favorite as they are all so cool but I do have to admit that palm tree and moon was pretty amazing!

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  30. Colline says:

    I enjoyed looking at your entries – especially the one of the “guard” at the fountain!

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  31. Paula says:

    Thank you for leaving a comment on my page πŸ™‚ These are some nice and romantic shots πŸ™‚

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  32. efratadenny says:

    Nice series of photos..

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  33. Sunshine says:

    Simply wonderful! Thank you!

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  34. polly says:

    beautiful and azaming shots

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  35. fgassette says:

    I like all of your photos. Very good for the challenge. Glad you entered challenge. You will have a lot of fun if you continue.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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  36. Enjoyed your photos!

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  38. 2e0mca says:

    Good choices for the challenge.

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  39. Pseu says:

    Lovely entries.
    my camera is a pont and shoot digital, but with a high number of pixels and I’m delighted with it. Not so good at catching moving subjects, but great on close ups.

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    • Thanks, I definitely need a few more pixels, but also better ability to focus. Although I used this camera at the Olympics, and it does have a setting for capturing motion that works well. I just have trouble when I’m zooming sometimes – the camera just can’t seem to find the subject I want. With my larger film camera, I could focus manually. Something to save up for!

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  40. Connie T says:

    I like the goose picture. Sometimes you can play with a picture in Picasa to make it look great, like increase the color or play with the look.

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  41. Sonel says:

    Wow! These are stunning shots! Great entry! πŸ™‚

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  42. Even if you will be participating or not: a new camera is always fun!

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    • I agree – I have a great Canon SLR for film, but just a point & shoot digital. I just take photos for fun. Both my daughters have the digital version of my Canon, I just haven’t sprung for the better camera yet… maybe this will inspire me!

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  43. Rick Diffley says:

    The 1st image is great. My suggestion would be to crop it much closure & lose most of the surrounding green. The last image is well done.

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  45. Nice shots, all of them. I have to say though, I am partial to the Palm leaves and moon – takes me away to the islands. πŸ™‚

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  46. Beautiful images. Brings back happy memories. The single yellow flower among the greens is stunning.

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  47. Love the first one best! Great composition. and I love the bright spot of yellow among the green.

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