"There is only you and your camera. The limitations in your photography are in yourself, for what we see is what we are."
Your Monday Photo Shoot: With photo editing tools, take a picture of yours and turn it into a negative. The idea here is not to take just any picture, mind you, but one that you think will look particularly striking with the colors inverted.
-John Scalzi (By The Way)
I hope it doesn't break any rules to display more then one photo, but I couldn't decide which one I wanted to display. It had never occurred to me to invert the colors of a photo, so I had lots of fun with this Monday Photo Shoot. :) The photo above is one in a series I am doing on the discarded couches of Berkeley. It is quite a phenomenon, but every late summer/early autumn the streets around the University of California at Berkeley, become lined with discarded couches as new students fill the frat and sorority houses. I have never seen this in other college towns, just here in Berkeley. I don't know...somehow I just found it inspiring and unique. :)
Here are some other subjects I found fun...
Squirrel Eating A Cracker
Bathtub Diva (Mannequin)
Queen Dananus gilippus Butterfly
Drum Set (Greg Kihn Concert)
Lone Cypress, 17 Mile Drive, Monterey
Hot Air Balloons
The Moon Over Lake Tahoe
There they be. :) This was a fun assignment. :)