Photography 101, Day Five: Solitude


In response to the Photo 101 – Blogging University for the day five – Solitude (Rule of Thirds)

the last poppy

The last Poppy

It is getting late,
am I the last one here
who is still awake?
Dear river, sing a song for us,
the colours are fading
and the darkness falls,
with greyish colours and brush,
ready to turn everything to dark.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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26 thoughts on “Photography 101, Day Five: Solitude

  1. Beautiful words complimented by a great photo. Have you thought of using something like Pic monkey or some other photo programme to make the poppy “pop” a little more. Pic monkey is a google app and has a free basic version that a fellow blogger told me about. I have been having a bit of fun with it. I used it to resize photos and straighten horizon lines etc. It is can be a bit of fun. easy to use.

    • Thank you very much! ☺ I will check it out. Thanks for your advice. I had a good software but my laptop crashed and I am using a simple program now. But still I didn’t want to make it too redish. ☺

    • Light Room is a fantastic editing app!

  2. A beautiful poem and a good shot.

  3. Nice composition and editing. Very effective!

  4. lovely shot Majka!

  5. Lovely words and ultimate picture……..

  6. ooooo You got me sooooo excited to go shoot some poppies again this year!! They are just magnificent blooms!

  7. I am still awake. Good poem, Majka. I can proudly call you a poet. Please start writing poems, you can use imagery so well that I want to here more.

    • Well, I do it Paul since I was able to recognize the letters ☺ But I wrote in Slovak, then later also in Hungarian and I had few in German ☺ But these last three years I am practicing only writing in English to improve. I still don’t feel very confident to write a long article, but trying also some short ones. The last four years I was successful in children story writing in Slovakia, I have 4 children stories already published. ☺

      • That’s great! I felt it from your choice of words. You have word power and that’s what I look out for. I am really glad to have met you, and can’t wait to read your stories. Have a lovely weekend.

      • Thank you, Paul! ☺ I got this beautiful gift from God and I am very grateful for it.

      • You’re welcome, Majka. It’s really a beautiful one and you are using it well.

      • Have you ever think about sharing your posts on FB? I saw your page , but there is “only” your story.

      • I have been thinking about it. In fact, I am going to start posting the things from my blog on my page right away, since you have mentioned it. Thank you for reminding me, Majka.

      • You are most welcome! ☺

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