Thursday, February 10, 2011

FSO: Frame your photos.


This photo is a repeat when I posted early before it was scheduled.







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15 comments:

~JarieLyn~ said...

Ann, these are all beautiful photos. The scenery is gorgeous and every single one of them are framed perfectly to add interest. Great shoot out.

Sarawakiana@2 said...

lovely lesson for me. thanks.

Pauline said...

Lovely photos, Ann. Looks like you like snapping pictures through the trees at the beach, too.
The item you enquired about on my post looked like a tractor radiator grill to me, some sort of grill anyway. It was firmly embedded in the sand.

Ginny said...

Each picture is it's own frame!!! Very clever!! Did you take them on purpose for this reason, or did you have to look through your pictures to find ones like these?

DawnTreader said...

I really like that one looking down on the beach!

CollectIn Texas Gal said...

Hi Ann...you have really captured this Theme in everyone of your Framed Shots! Great ShootOut! Love the beach shots!

Kim, USA said...

Hi Ann, very nicely framed. Sometimes I forgot to frame my shots. By the way, you are very much welcome to sit beside me and drink tea. Reminiscing the "old" days is fun for sure we have many things in common, like food, culture, tradition maybe. Thanks for the visit. Happy weekend!
Frame Me

(Queenmothermamaw) Peggy said...

Ann you always do such a great job. This was surely a learning theme for me.
QMM

Dave said...

Interesting selection of photos Ann - Dave

lina@happy family said...

Ann, those are lovely photos...
Each is framed beautifully :)

GingerV said...

interesting trees - cedars?
I love frames that take the eye back and back some more... or up and out. this is the best of framing.

Jama said...

Gorgeous, I love the first one best. The view is simply so beautiful.

In the eye of the beholder said...

All of the are beautiful but my favorite is the frist. Great job framing!

Kerry said...

Nice framing! I like the red boat speeding through the water and framed by the trees, a lucky moment.

Doreen said...

oh my goodness Ann! these are fantastic for this theme. hard to pick a fav for me.