Weekly Photo Challenge – Silhouette

This Weekly Photo Challenge – Silhouettes presented a challenge only in that I had so many photos that made a potential fit.  So I have tried to choose the most unusual.

 

Ravens silhouetted against the sky, and black cockatoos flying across sunset:

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Parts of the city silhouetted against sunrise:

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tree, street light & magpie, and trees: silhouetted against oncoming storm:

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wintered tallow trees silhouetted against sunset and evening eastern sky:

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Flame trees: silhouetted against cloud and river, and against sunset:

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leaves silhouetted against a foggy morning:

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buds and branches against sunset sky and evening sky:

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suburb silhouetted against a flirtatious night lifting her deep velvet blue skirt to show the last of sunset:

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experiments with the moon:

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en fin, one more of those black cockatoos, silhouetted against a magical sunset:

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I hope you have enjoyed my occasionally loose interpretations of this Weekly Photo Challenge

🙂

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8 comments on “Weekly Photo Challenge – Silhouette

  1. i hate curating a ‘favourites’ file, so I’m glad you let your fancy show us a nice selection, Keira! I didn’t notice you back, so glad you popped by. Hope everything’s been ok and you’ve finished that thesis?

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    • I’m glad you enjoyed the selection – most of them are from the last few months. And no – haven’t finished 😀 There have been the most complicated string of problems, many of which were/are not of my doing. Very frustrating. Am in the finishing stretch now. Glad you liked the selection 🙂 And how are you? How is your new world?
      I’m glad I’ve sorted my technical problem and can be part of the blogging world again. It was so frustrating!

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  2. My favourite is the branches with the moon in the centre, I like the shapes the branches and leaves make.

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  3. Tina Schell says:

    Love both of your flying bird shots especially. Such a difficult capture considering the darkness!

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  4. Van ikin says:

    Yes, I suppose they are somewhat loose interpretations, but that helps to make them more interesting and more engaging. The initial ravens picture was a “strict” interpretation (to my mind, anyway) so the sequence is nicely structured in the way it moves to looser/freer approaches. Well done, and nice to see the postings resuming….
    – Van

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