Wayzata, Minnesota

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Like None Before

Our scavenger hunt for today, may have you pulling out your dictionary. 



The human side of rule of thirds



and out front.


Our neighbor's horse believes our grass is tastier.


At practice lesson,  waiting for the sound of the intruder, before he approaches.


Bokeh defined - The term bokeh comes from a Japanese word "boke" which carries a meaning of something that is blurry, hazy or fuzzy.  It is commonly used to describe someone who is not thinking right or making silly mistakes and could be loosely translated as "fuzziness" or "confusion" while in  photography it is used to describe the characteristics of the out of focus area in a photograph.


TexWisGirl said...

nicely done. :)

Pieni Lintu said...

I love your shots!

Tamar SB said...

Love eyes! So cute!
The slide shot is just great, too!

RedPat said...

Good hunt, Karen!

Gail said...

I think you found it all beautifully.

Jeanie said...

I just love the way you "see," Karen. These are delightful and a hand well played!

Grace said...

how fun specially the eyes, smiles ~ enjoy your week ~

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Our neighbor's horse believes our grass is tastier.

Of COURSE it is!

That's why the nefarious humans put up the fence!

abrianna said...

Wonderul eyes shot and that last bokeh shot is very pretty.

Nukke said...

In your sound he/she is really listening and eyes are big and funny ! Bokeh is fine and rule of 3. girl is really good photo ! Very interesting photos of real life !!!! Have a nice week !

Anonymous said...

The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. Love your shot for eyes.

Anonymous said...

Love all these shots! Especially that first one for "thirds"