CCY: Week #2 Gold Star Award and Features

Welcome to our first Gold Star Award and Features for Cee’s Compose Yourself Photo Challenge (CCY).   I can tell you all had a lot of fun with this first challenge.  I’m so thrilled so many of your wanted to participated.  Each of you touched my heart more than you know.  Thanks.

These bloggers all deserve a second or third look for their entries to  Week #2 What All Well-Composed Photos have in Common Challenge.

The week’s CCY Theme is Week 3:  Always Take More than One Photo.

Awards and Features

Here our first set of features for CCY  Week #2.

Gold Star Award

5-gold-starsI would like to congratulate Shannon’s Creative Work as the Gold Star Award winner for this week.

Shannon absolute is inspired and awed by sunsets and this photo of hers is absolutely gorgeous.  I admire how she has the boat slightly off center from the sun.  Your eye goes right to the boat and some you get the full impact of the entire scene.  From their your eye spreads out and see the water and the clouds.

Gold Star Award - http://abstractlucidity.com/2015/10/11/well-composed-emotions-in-photographs/
Gold Star Award – Shannon from http://abstractlucidity.com/2015/10/11/well-composed-emotions-in-photographs/

Note:  CCY Gold Star Award is awarded to one blogger each week and have at least one their photos displayed.  To be eligible for the Gold Star Award you need to have completed the extra credit for the week. 

Features

022414-feature-bannerGetting the Picture

NorasPhoto4U

My Other Blog

RLUphoto

Future Challenges

Current Series – Basic Photo Composition

The Next Series – All About Lines

  • Week #5 Leading Lines
  • Week #6 Horizontal Lines
  • Week #7 Vertical Lines
  • Week #8 Diagonal Lines

To find out more how to enter this challenge check CCY Home page.  If you have any questions, please contact me.

Qi (energy) hugs

Cee

9 Comments

  1. Thank you so much!! The story behind the photo is this – I was taking sunset photos and noticed some dolphins ahead jumping around. We tried to get the boat closer to the dolphins, but this other boat scared them away and then turned into the sunset, so I snapped it.

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