Monday, November 02, 2009

{Echo} Week 2 - decorate

diane / lani
It never ceases to amaze me how a prompt, in this case through the camera lens, can be interpreted so differently by each contributor. I must admit that this week was quite a surprise. Each of our photos so different, yet so very captivating side by side.
The second week of Susan's and Chrysti's bi-weekly prompt, through the lens of their camera, is
Lani began our collaboration by sending her picture for decorate:
offering. She has more to say about it here.
My contribution is one made up of several layers. Much like adding layers of decorations to an area of my home during the holidays, or outside during different seasons of the year; my pictures were all taken in Santa Fe, New Mexico this past March. I walked Santa Fe that week, camera in hand, snapping hundreds of photos.
More details on what makes up each layer can be found on my flickr.

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Susan Tuttle said...

Oh! -- look at these! -- how lovely! I just keep gazing and gazing.


stregata said...

Wonderful - just so amazingly beautiful.

Diana said...

You certainly are learning a lot my friend. I look forward to seeing each of your photos take on new life.

Daryl said...

I have played a bit with layering and its a fun way to be creative ... love your shots and how the combinations evolve into even more intriguing pictures!

Cindy said...

You two are so talented!! Thanks for sharing your latest in this adventure.

Riki Schumacher said...

Great shots Diane!! Can't wait to see more!

Sharon said...

The photos look so mysterious and being in another dimension!

Anita said...

Love them both!

Tricia said...

these are wonderful!!!

susanna said...

I so enjoy a well-decorated shop window. It can not only draw pedestrians into the shop but it can inspire an onlooker to create something else. I like how you have put your images together, making new meaning.

Stacie said...

I just drove through Santa Fe yesterday, after driving the Turquoise Trail..lovely photo's, there is a lot to take in, isn't there?