February 18, 2015June 8, 2020 Sheryl @ Flowery Prose Nose Hill: trail marker art. The new trail markers at Nose Hill have beautiful cut-outs of Prairie crocus blooms… while I was out walking there last week, I had a notion that they’d make interesting photo frames. Which focus do you like best? Share this:FacebookTwitterEmailPinterestPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related
I thought I liked the first most, but the second shows the flower shape better. It’s a lovely idea. 🙂
The trail markers are so pretty with the cutouts, I thought it might be nice to show them to everyone.
It’s a tie. The first one give you a glimpse of what is beyond and the second one gives you a better idea of the marker itself. 🙂
It’s all about the focus! 🙂
First one, of course; you can see the landscape through the frame 🙂
I think that’s my favourite as well….
how unusual and clever!
I had a good time taking these…anyone walking by would have really wondered what I was doing, though!
I like both. I guess it depends on what you’re “looking” for–or through.
So true! 🙂
I like the second, it made my eyes go funny until I could get it into focus….brilliant subject even better pictures…
So happy you enjoyed them – I had fun taking them!
I like both – as Alli says it depends what you’re looking at/through. These markers are so attractive!
The design of those markers is so thoughtful and appropriate for the park, which is known for its Prairie crocuses in the spring.
How novel! I like the first view best – I love the frosted skeletons.
I love that description – “frosted skeletons.” Very apt!
I’ve done this sometimes – taken tow photos through a fence or cut out, focusing on the near then the far. Because you’re just not sure which is going to work better, right? I like the first one, in this case. And thanks for the follow – I appreciate it!
It is definitely fun to experiment – especially when the frame itself is attractive.