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Lines for Photo Art Friday

 

fences with texture and text

 

 

To decide on this weeks challenge for lines I went to the web for a definition:  This is what I found.

Definition: Leading lines are lines within an image that leads the eye to another point in the image, or occasionally, out of the image. Anything with a definite line can be a leading line. Fences, bridges, even a shoreline can lead the eye. If can pair leading lines with a subject that is placed according to the rule of thirds your image should be very strong.

I have a favourite little spot in the countryside that I go to in the fall because the road is lined with maple trees and has those snake rail fences that I adore. I know in this spot I will see lots of colour.  I love the contrasts in colour between the leaves, wood and the line of trees.  A texture of Bonnie’s called Vintage Vellum was applied and the I went to Topaz Adjust 5 to enhance it a bit.  A frame from Coffeeshop blog lends itself to making the photo look interesting and then I added some text.

I will be joining Bonnie at PixelDustPhotoArt for Photo Art Friday.

 

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Comments

Crafty Gardener said…
That looks like a lovely place to walk and take photos. You captured the theme of lines really well.
An excellent interpretation of lines Val, the spot looks so tranquil.
Judith
Evelyn S. said…
Terrific lines....beautiful photo with such wonderful composition and color.
Bonnie said…
What a wonderful image and edit to illustrate the theme! Love it.
momphotographer said…
this is a perfect example for Bonnie's theme this week! great work!
Ida said…
Lovely. That Vintage Vellum texture works well in your piece. I can see why you would enjoy this place.
eljaygee said…
a great shot - the lie of the wood fits the visual perspective perfectly
Andrea said…
I was led by your lines and loved it ... very well done.

Andrea @ From the sol
Currie Silver said…
extraordinary!! love all the good information and the processing you've done is exceptional!!
linda said…
Perfect! It's a beautiful place and a lovely and dramatic photo!
Jeanne said…
Valerie I love the lines here of the logs in the forest. Beautiful spot, and nice processing!
PrairieJill said…
Beautiful place and gorgeous colours!

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