Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Not So Wordless Wednesday: St. George Island #4




Here are a couple of examples of me trying to be artsy in my photo taking (I had to lay down in the sand to take the second one).  I felt though that it captured the simplicity and the untouched nature of the island.


16 comments:

bermudaonion said...

You have no clue how badly I want to be there right now.

Meg @ write meg! said...

You've got the right idea, Sandy -- change your perspective! I'm the crazy person laying on the floor almost everywhere I go. Can get a little dirty, but is definitely a good way to get some different shots!

Melissa (Avid Reader) said...

Oh my gosh, that blue!

caite said...

yes, look at that sky!

Zibilee said...

What a blue and cloudless sky! It's amazing!

Stephanie Ward said...

Those photos are gorgeous. I love the composition, and wow! What a vibrant blue sky.

softdrink said...

Makes me wish I was there!

Literary Feline said...

Those are beautiful photos, Sandy. You did a great job. They'd make great framed photos!

C.B. James said...

I love artsy picture taking. I can't tell you how much better my photography became the first time I realized that I could squat down and then take a picture from a lower angle.

C.B. James said...

I love artsy picture taking. I can't tell you how much better my photography became the first time I realized that I could squat down and then take a picture from a lower angle.

C.B. James said...

I love artsy picture taking. I can't tell you how much better my photography became the first time I realized that I could squat down and then take a picture from a lower angle.

C.B. James said...

I love artsy picture taking. I can't tell you how much better my photography became the first time I realized that I could squat down and then take a picture from a lower angle.

Alyce said...

It's fun to experiment like that! I love the first one because of the layers of blue with the boat and vibrant sky!

Tasha B. said...

I like them! Excellent photographs.

Melody said...

Great perspective!!

Beth F said...

Awesome arty job!