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Theme ~ Diptych
Kathy picked the theme for this week: Diptych. Basically, this is a composition of two images which are related to each other in some way, and which can tell a story. Here are my diptychs, starting with my header image:
Moser Tower and Millenium Carillon, Naperville, Illinois.
Personally, I think the tower is a monstrosity--our family calls it the Tower of Sauron (for you Lord of the Rings aficionados)--but it houses a carillon that plays at scheduled times throughout the day, and you can also climb to the top. The views are phenomenal, which is the main reason I do like the tower. Read about it here.
I chose this set of images because I love the lines that are created within the images--first vertical then horizontal and curved. I also love that the colors blend so well between the images, and that there's a balance between the vertical first image, and the horizontal orientation of the second. And there you have my reasons. :)
On to the rest, with simple captions because hopefully the images tell their own stories!
From my garden.
Peachtree City, Georgia.
State math competition.
Moving the computer desk.
Josh's honors convocation.
I was going to use two of the below images in a diptych, but since I couldn't decide which two to use, I created a triptych instead!
Rural Illinois farm.
I think the three images go perfectly together to create a "big picture" of the farm. Thanks for letting me cheat a little on this week's theme!
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