WPC” Trio


 has asked us for our photos of trios in her post for the Weekly Photo Challenge.

As I am doing acrylic painting I am always aware of the basic composition rules of either 1 or 3 objects to make a more pleasing composition.  I think the same goes with flower arranging. I don’t always stick to these rules but did find these photos taken on the 25th September, after a week of solid rain.  I have shown these photos in monochrome.  So here are them in colour.




Then I just had to show these 3 cows in monochrome.


The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge: Trio



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20 thoughts on “WPC” Trio”

  1. That’s a lot of water, Raewyn. Even though my eyes saw the water, my head thought “Winter!” I imagine that’s because we might be getting snow tonight or tomorrow. But the bare trees look chily in B&W.



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