I like this photo because it shows a deeper meaning than just a portrait. She fades into nature. I also like that it's in black and white because it helps fade the girl and the picture she fades into better.
I like this particular picture because to me it shows that their is beauty at the end of each and every road, whether it is paved or dirt. Similar to the concept of "there's a light at the end of every tunnel".
I like this picture mostly because I think Chinese Lanterns are cool but also because the idea of letting one go can be very meaningful. It can mean letting go and making a brighter future for yourself.
I really like this photo because many different colors are accented to create the over all tone of the photo. Fall is one of my favorite seasons because of all the changing color schemes and how you can manipulate the photo to make certain colors stand out. In this picture I really like how the photographer made the grass standout as well as the trees. Most people that take fall photos just focus on the colors of the trees but I think the brightness of the grass really made this picture better overall.
I chose this photo to post because I love that it is so simple but would be hard to create. The contrast between the dark buildings (and people in the London Eye) and the light sky really draws my attention and keeps my focus longer than any other picture of London.
I really enjoy this photo because I feel like there is so much that can be derived from it. I took it on a trip with my family to Northern California. We encountered many haphazard sets of stairs while we hiked there, but the encroaching foliage and the brokenness of this specific set caught my eye. To me its a representation of how something can be broken and still useful; damaged and maybe because of that more beautiful. It's almost like the entrance to some sort of secret place that would be easily overlooked because it wasn't the simplest path. The observation of the sky peaking through the trees at the top of the image also lends itself to the idea of a beautiful place just beyond the broken steps.
I love this picture because I took this at one of the best concerts I had ever attended (which was the Trivium/Tremonti concert in Minneapolis back in 2015). Just how the black and blue works together I just felt like I took the picture at the right time and it turned out rather well.