Would you like to participate in the Weekly Photo Challenge? Just take a photo that is your interpretation of the theme and post it in this thread.
The rules are rather simple.
- Your photo(s) should be your own, i.e., they should not have been taken by someone else. - Photoshopping is allowed but should be kept to the basics only rather than a total transformation. - Grab your camera, experiment, and, most of all, have fun.
The inspiration for this week's theme came from this image by Frank (fotofrank). He followed the Rule of Odds (5 coins).
The Rule of Odds states that images are more visually appealing when they contain an odd number of subjects. So, grab your camera and go looking for subjects grouped in odd numbers.
Fifteen tempting chocolates in this gift box an hour ago when I took this photograph; now, unfortunately, there are only fourteen. I was unable to resist. I might just help myself to another to restore the Rule of Odds.
I just happened to be out and about today with my dog, enjoying the 70° spring day. I took a bunch of photos of a gaggle of honkers on this small pond about 15 miles from home. This shot happened to have just 3 in the frame, and I hadn't even checked to see what this week's theme was. Finally got a chance to get out with a new lens (Canon EF 100-400 L IS II) I bought a couple of months ago. Very pleased with it.
"One is the loneliest number" (thanks Three Dog Night), but it's a odd number so it meets the requirement. There were a bunch of Ring-Billed Gulls circling and feeding at the larger reservoir a few miles north of the previous location. A few good captures and a bit of cropping and I got something useful. Apparently a lot of bait fish were schooling there, as several cormorants were also feeding in the same area.