52 Frames of 2020

This is my second year of participating in the 52 Frames challenge.  Each week all the bloggers are given an assignment and a bonus challenge for a photo that must be taken that week.  Here are all 52 of my photos that I submitted in 2020.  




1.  Self- Portrait-- "Blurry Face"


2. Leading Lines-- "Covered Bridge"


3. Wabi-Sabi- "New England Woods"


4.  Fill the Frame-- "Blue Petals"


5. Shoot From Above-- "Slow and Steady"



6.  Rule of Thirds-- "Winter Branches"



7.  Intentional Color Palette-- "Bright Winter Blooms"


8.  Pairs-- Two Orange Blossoms"



9. Extreme Contrast-- "Burst of Sunshine"


10. Abandoned-- "Through the Old Mill"


11. Triangular Composition-- "Gangly Teenager"


12.  Books- "Homeschool Life"


13.  Line From a Song: "Signs of Spring"  (Based on: "she's looking for signs of the spring. She listens for laughter and sounds of dancing, she listens for any old thing."-- John Denver Fly Away)


14. Curves-- "Windy Curvy Water"


15.  A Different Angle-- "Moonlight on the Lake"


16.  Fast Shutter Speed-- "Blue Bird of Happiness"

Tree swallow
17. Soft-- "One Perfect Rose"  


18. Low Key-- "Foggy Morning" 


19.  Roll of Film- "Two turtles"  


20. Not What You See--  "Upside Down"


21. Symmetry-- "Pink Petals"


22. 50 Feet From Home-- "Sunny Web"


23.  Dancing-- "Dancing Leaves"


24.  Hands-- "Baker at Work"


25.  Make a Background-- "In the Garden"


26.  Flashlight-- "Glass Beads"


27. Complimentary Colors-- "Almost Red" 


28.  Edited by Someone Else-- "Budding Artist"


This was the original photo my son started with to edit: 



29. Details-- "Rusty Wheel"


30. Negative Space-- "Morning Sun"


31.  Water-- "I Found a Fountain"


32.  New Experience-- "Tackling Tiramisu" 

33. Night Photography-- "Fireworks"


34.  Rule of Odds-- "3 Paddles"


35.  Common Object-- "Juicy Berries"


36.  Combine 3 Challenges-- "Mr. Squirrel"


37.  Single Focal Point-- "Busy Little Bee"


38.  A Chair- "Got Game?"  (I missed the submission deadline for this one)


39.  A Tripod- "Noodle Soup"


40.  Blue-- "Feeling Blue"


41. Shoot through-- "Through the Window"


42.  Food Photography-- "Comfort Food"


43. Reflection-- "Fall Foliage"


 44.  Abstract-- "Through the Glass Pumpkin"


45.  Signs-- "Keep Right"

46.  Mobile Phone-- "Foggy Morning"


47. Circle-- "Rosehip"


48. Nature-- "Berries on a Branch"


49.  Choose a Color-- "Tree Mandala"


50. Texture-- "A Leaf with Tentacles"


51.  Black & White Minimalism-- "Tired of Walking"  (somehow I either forgot to submit my photo or something went wrong with my upload as this is not on my 52 Frames profile... but I did take one!) 


52. 2020 in a Photo-- "Yesterday's Trash"



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Comments

  1. You did a great job! Your photos were wonderful. I really should try this, I think it would improve my skills - of which I have very little! lol

    Melissa | Little Frugal Homestead

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  2. You submitted gorgeous shots!!

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  3. You are such a talented photographer! I should participate in a challenge like this. It would force me to up my photography game!

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    1. That's why I do it; I need to push to practice photography.

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  4. Great job! I had this idea that this year I would try to have books in all my pictures, but looking back at the themes makes me realize it will be hard!

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    1. I decided to bow out this year and try other photography challenges instead.

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  5. Oh my stars!! I didn't realize you participated in 52 Frames!! Gorgeous photos. You have such a good eye and such a lovely world to capture. I did 52 Frames a few years ago until my mama attempted suicide. And my life and hers fell apart in that one day's time.
    The black and white contrast of your son in the snow is so crisp. He looks like he is floating! The colors in the bouquet are vibrant and uplifting. Recognized the abstract pumpkin - great shot. The unusual angle and the sign are among my favorites. And your lake photography always takes my breath away.

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    1. This was my second year participating and while I enjoyed it I have decided it's time to move on to other photo challenges. As long as I'm making a conscious effort to snap pictures I think I'm good. I can see why your life and your moms fell apart in one day's time; that must have been so hard to deal with.

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  6. I love these photos, and I can see how your photography has evolved from last year. I love the rose pic and that chicken noodle soup pic looks like it could be in a magazine! Do you have a favorite?

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    1. Aw, thank you! That is a fabulous compliment. My favorite is probably the fall foliage reflection. I am really taken with reflections lately.

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  7. I love your photos. Many of them are breath taking.

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  8. What a privileged glimpse that was to my eye from your photography. I loved the pink flower...I am into mandalas and many of the nature shots are stunning. The toasted cheese sandwich is indeed a comfort food for me too.

    Welcome back to Life This Week in 2021 on my blog each Monday. Thank you for linking up this week. Next week the optional prompt is 2/51 Announcement on Mon11 Jan. Hope to see you back here then too. Take care, Denyse.

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  9. Wow! INCREDIBLE photography!

    Love them all especially "Two turtles".

    Happy Sunday!

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  10. My, what a diverse post of lovely photos!

    I'm glad you are a part of 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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  11. Wow, Joanne, you are so talented! That was super fun to scroll all the images. I love your self portrait and all the reflections on the lake photos. So many interesting interpretations of the themes as well. I really enjoyed that! Thank you.

    Shelbee
    www.shelbeeontheedge.com

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