I am joining Lens and Pens by Sally, who hosts each Monday the Phoneography and Non-SLR Digital Devices Photo Challenge. Following the link you will learn how to join in. I urge you to check her blog as well. Besides her stunning photos, Sally shares insightful reflections, which are worth reading.
The scheduled theme for the first Monday of the month is ‘Nature’.
Considering that I live in the city and that nature is conspiring against good weather (as there is rain, hail, snow, and sun, alternating throughout the day), I didn’t go outside to look for a good shot of nature. I also teamed up with photo editors Pixrl and Olympus.
Using an iPhone 5, I shot a leaf of a Japanese Acer tree, which is totally convinced that spring has arrived, thriving vigorously, and showing off its bright and colorful leaves, despite winter. I posted about this plant yesterday.
On the left side you see the non-edited photo. On the right side is a photo of the frozen window, which I used to edit later by choosing double exposure and filters.
Here are the results:
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