I couldn’t find a tutorial I liked for this theme, so I just guessed how to place a frame around my subject and have her step into the frame. Her right leg is “out of bounds.”
As coyotes are spotted running on frozen Boston Harbor and snowy conditions over the northern and southern states have caused record lows, these Lakewood Ranch photographers (Susan Piper, Patricia Reed, Mary Nell Moore and Jo Chaney) were spotted on the beach at Sharkey’s. Enduring the “wintery” 56-degree weather and donned with scarves, gloves, coats, boots and hats, they were determined to photograph the last of the winter landscapes before Spring arrives.
There is no better place for beach volleyball than on a beautiful sunny day on the beach at Siesta Key. This weekend the beach was full of young men and women in colorful swimsuits and the volleyball nets were set up on the beach in the sugary white sand. I captured this photo just as the ball was crossing the net and, although it might be somewhat of a stretch, it reminded me of this week’s theme, “Crossing The Line.”
This evening for a beautiful sunset, I went to Siesta Key with some friends for the Drummer’s Circle. Beginning around 5:00 p.m. just before sunset, the drummers begin playing and attendees and belly dancers begin dancing until the sound of music ceases around 10:00 p.m.