It was two years ago that the now-defunct WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge had “layers” as its theme.
It seems like the right time to experiment with some layers for the Sunday Stills Photo Challenge this week.
I thought I would approach this week’s Sunday Stills’ theme with a seasonal look at layers.
I responded to that WordPress challenge with this one since I love Fall leaves so much. These are the wonderful ginkgo leaves found on the Sacramento State campus in November.
We still have our typical 90-degree heat for most of September, so the look and feel of Autumn comes a little later, usually by October.
Layers of altitude in this central valley view of the High Sierras, from the sea-level orchards to the 13,000 feet elevation.
But photographing layers is not just about landscape photography.
You can find layers in macro photography as well. Here we have layers of raindrops on layers of rose petals.
And one of my favorites from November 2014 when I first started blogging, this perspective I call the “long walk up.”
I had originally thought of “homework” as a Sunday Stills theme but nixed it in favor of layers. But just for fun, you can see an example of the layers of homework I will have to grade later this Fall.
Sunday Stills Photo Challenge Reminders
- Please create a new post for the theme.
- Title your post a little differently than mine.
- Don’t forget to create a pingback to this post so that other participants can read your post. I also recommend adding your post’s URL into the comments.
- Entries for this theme can be shared all week. Use hashtag #SundayStills for sharing on social media.
I hope everyone had a nice summer break. I am starting to see more bloggers back to it. I’m sure you have new and old images that depict layers!
In the spirit of sharing, please visit Sally’s blog Smorgasbord Posts from Your Archives – # Potluck, where my oldie-but-goodie posts are being featured this month.
Until next week!
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