Monday, June 01, 2009

Ellipsis Monday Photo Shoot #40: Rainbows

"Sometimes it's important to work for that pot of gold. But other times it's essential to take time off and to make sure that your most important decision in the day simple consists of choosing which color to
slide down on the rainbow."

-Douglas Pagels

Inspired by my pal Martha's new meme, Color Carnival, I thought it would be fun to explore color this week. And where can you find a lot of color? Why in RAINBOWS of course! Grab your cameras, and show me some RAINBOWS. Now if you happen to be in an area where RAINBOWS occurring naturally are hard to come by, recreate one or simply use one from somewhere else, such as a RAINBOW on some fabric or maybe created with ribbons or paint. However you choose to photograph a RAINBOW is fine.

Extra Credit: Write a little about which colors gives you the most problems with your photography, and which colors are the easiest for you to photograph.

**Please Read**
You have until next Sunday evening, at 9:00 PM ET, to find your RAINBOW, photograph it, and add it to your blog, journal or website. After you do, comeback here with the direct link to your entry. REMEMBER it must be a link to the entry specific to this week's Monday Photo Shoot assignment. Also, please include a link back here to this entry so others can play along.

Linking List for EMPS #39: Memorial Day. 05/25/09










Nice turnout this week! It was good to see so many players! Now, GO BE PHOTOGRAPHERS! I will see you back here in one week, with an all new Monday Photo Shoot assignment!



Jama said...

I've just posted mine, just in time because I'm off to the airport. This week I've decided to combined EMPS with Color Carnival, to save time. See you in a week, Carly.

Suzanne R said...

I have posted mine.

Martha said...

Hi Carly! Mine is up! It's nothing special but it's a rainbow!

I still can't get over that beautiful butterfly you posted for the Color Carnival yesterday - just amazing!

Greg said...

Alright, I have one up for you, its not really a rainbow, but you did give us a bit of creative license which I just ran with.


Karen Funk Blocher said...

I was in such a hurry earlier today that I forgot to leave my link. It's not what I was hoping for, but here it is:


Liz said...

Here is my rainbow Carly.
I could not capture the sun shining through my tears. I leave that picture to the imagination.

Terri said...

Rainbows are everywhere.

Mike said...

Okay, I'm done. I won't be able to participate next week, so don't pick something I can easily do. :)