CS #634 - Framed

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Welcome to Collective Shoot #634
~FRAMED~
3 January -- 9 January, 2019

Where you post pictures taken between Thursday (03/1) starting at 12:00AM (your time zone) running thru Midnight of the following Wednesday (09/1) (your time zone)

We all use frames to accentuate focus and interest in our pictures. We frame our pictures. Let us see the many different ways you can use framing to tell your story.

Here are some archived shots to get you primed.

1. Amish buggy in southern Minnesota -- framed by trees and in the rear window.
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2 Framed in the doorway (My son at the Citadel in Dinant, Belgium)
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3 Framed in space. The Citadel, Dinant, Belgium.
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4 Framed in safety. A WWI dugout, Passchendaele, Belgium
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5. A frame that is also the subject of the photo. Begijnhof, Bruge.

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6 Framed by light and shadow.
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7. Framed by the wine glass---"the wine made me do it"
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8 Framed and lonely
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9 New MSW framed by her parents! (2 years ago)
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10 Framed in front of a frame.
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11 Framed in light and eternity. Freeze Cemetery, Potlatch Idaho.
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Great examples and a very interesting theme. Can't say I've intentionally framed things very often, or at least shot with the intention of framing an object...
 
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Yeah, Paul, sometimes it is accidental for me too. But I often do look for frames, and even though a couple of the photos above are a stretch, I hope we will see some very creative ideas from the Café.
 
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Welcome to Collective Shoot #634
~FRAMED~
3 January -- 9 January, 2019

Where you post pictures taken between Thursday (03/1) starting at 12:00AM (your time zone) running thru Midnight of the following Wednesday (09/1) (your time zone)

We all use frames to accentuate focus and interest in our pictures. We frame our pictures. Let us see the many different ways you can use framing to tell your story.

Here are some archived shots to get you primed.

1. Amish buggy in southern Minnesota -- framed by trees and in the rear window.
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2 Framed in the doorway (My son at the Citadel in Dinant, Belgium)
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3 Framed in space. The Citadel, Dinant, Belgium.
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4 Framed in safety. A WWI dugout, Passchendaele, Belgium
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5. A frame that is also the subject of the photo. Begijnhof, Bruge.

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6 Framed by light and shadow.
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7. Framed by the wine glass---"the wine made me do it"
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8 Framed and lonely
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9 New MSW framed by her parents! (2 years ago)
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10 Framed in front of a frame.
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11 Framed in light and eternity. Freeze Cemetery, Potlatch Idaho.
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Should be an interesting batch of contributions Nick. I'll be trying to see what I can come up with.
 
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Xmas streetlighting still up, framed by a window & blind:


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