Monday, August 02, 2010

Ellipsis Monday Photo Shoot #101: On The Horizon

"Never look down to test the ground before taking your next step; only he who keeps his eye fixed on the far horizon will find the right road."

-Dan Hammarskjold

Here's the idea folks. I would like you to grab your cameras and show me your HORIZON. If you want to show me an awesome sunset, that would be good. If you want to show me a calendar with a future date circled, that would be a really creative way to display the horizon as well! Metaphorical HORIZONS are encouraged! I want you to consider thinking outside the box with your photography. Remember, the only way to see past the immediate, is to look to the HORIZON! PLEASE FOLKS FOR THIS WEEK... NO ARCHIVES!

Extra Credit: Please write a paragraph or two about the scene you choose to photograph this week, and how it felt to do so!

This Monday Photo Shoot assignment closes next Sunday evening at 9:00 PM ET. Please submit your entries by that time by uploading your photo to your blog, journal or website, and then comeback here with the link that goes back to your entry. The link you leave must be to an entry which is specific to this week's assignment. A general link to your site will not work, and HYPERLINKS ARE NOT ACCEPTED. Also, please include a link in your entry to this photos shoot assignment so that other folks can find us and participate with us. The more the merrier... right? ;)

Linking List for EMPS #100: Fun With Editing! 07/26/10

1. Carolyn

2. Jama

3. Ricky (Welcome To The Monday Photo Shoot)

4. Sandy

5. Karen

6. Carly, Hey, that's me! :)

7. J.R. Cline

Alrighty then, I will be looking forward to your submissions this week. I will be participating as well, so look for my entry later this week! Till next time... Happy Photo Jaunting!



fredamans said...

I have a Sunset on the horizon.

Sandy said...

My "horizons" post is up. Went with a couple of different ideas...

Jama said...

Here's mine, Carly.

Greg said...

Fortunately, I managed to have a decent Trek this week and got a few pictures that would fit with this theme. The one that I picked requires a little creative thinking. Here you go....


Karen Funk Blocher said...

I made two trips out to the mountains for this! :)