Photography 101: Edge



This is my entry for today’s #photo101 project.


50 thoughts on “Photography 101: Edge

  1. Absolutely stunning landscape image, Paula ๐Ÿ™‚

    I really wish I could hike right up there to the edge and have a look at the scenery below….

    And I could spot an interesting man made structure there at the bottom right corner? Is it a hotel or something?


  2. Bonjour Paula, j’ai du retard partout, mรชme sur mes commentaires sur mon blog ๐Ÿ™‚
    Quelles belles strates gรฉologiques, j’aime beaucoup et cela m’intรฉresse. Je suis รฉtonnรฉe que la photo a รฉtรฉ prise en Corse. Je ne connais pas du tout l’รฎle, c’est trรจs cher pour y aller. Une superbe photo pour laquelle j’ai votรฉ ๐Ÿ™‚ La mienne je la mettrai ce soir en France-Bordeaux, j’ai dรฉjร  choisi quelques unes ๐Ÿ™‚

    Hi Paula, I’m late everywhere, even on my comments to my blog ๐Ÿ™‚
    What beautiful geological strata, I love and it interests me. I am surprised that the photo was taken in Corsica. I don’t know anything about the island, it’s very expensive to go there. A great photo and I voted for it ๐Ÿ™‚ I will put tonight France-Bordeaux, I have chosen a few ๐Ÿ™‚
    I corrected the translation of google, I don’t know if that’s correct ? I learned English to my 20 years old and after nothing more.


    • Salut Genevieve ๐Ÿ™‚ Merci bien pour tes compliments. Tu devrais visiter la Corse – c’est une ile magique – si tu veux quand tu as du temps tu peux voir d’autres photos de Corse (mon “menu”-travel- Corsica). Je reviendrai voir ton “edge” ๐Ÿ™‚


  3. It had to be Corsica, and it’s a superb shot, Paula. You were on the cliff top, further round the bay? I’d like to be there right now. Well- maybe it’s wet there too ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ There must be similar landscapes along your own Croatian coast?


      • Close to the edge, huh? Don’t jump!
        I ain’t doin’ no praying for those bosses. They’re big and evil enough to look after themselves. I’m gloomy today so off to search for smiles ๐Ÿ™‚ Hugs, Paula! Hang on!


          • Weather…SAD…general grumpiness…I’m a surly sod at times. Apologies. ๐Ÿ˜ฆ
            And M-R has advised me that I load my photos incorrectly. I take criticism VERY badly. But I can laugh at myself ๐Ÿ™‚
            Not even further down the coast? Don’t type too much. I’m mindful of your hand and keeping you in conversation. Just ignore me.

            Grumpy Jo xx


            • What, where, how is that you load them incorrectly. I got mad at my friend yesterday just cause he said my animal shots are not as good as my other shots (and animals are sacred to me) – grrr. M-R is all about tough love!!! Thank you for thinking of my hand and you are right. Today I cursed and raised my voice at my director for the first time in 12 years – it was ugly.


              • Oh heck- I know you worry for your job! Cool down ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚
                I load them straight into my posts instead of Add Media, and don’t change the ‘link’ to read ‘none’ so if you hit on an image you can’t magnify it. Might be a good thing- I don’t want eagle eyes spotting too many faults ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ She meant it kindly and has offered to show me the error of my ways. It’s ok- I like sulking now and then. ๐Ÿ™‚ Take care!


                • Oh that… there is no correct or incorrect way; it is a matter of personal preference. One might chose to want their photos zoomed in or not. I don’t know if I would be offended by a comment like that but I would try to prove my point no matter what. Anyway, I am too busy for blogger arguments.. I have lost many supposed friends at this place that we both know, so my feelings for WordPress are rather ambiguous.


                  • I know what you mean, but I still feel I have been enriched by the WordPress experience. It was my own fault. M-R wrote a post about the ‘correct’ way to do it and I responded in ignorance. (my usual state ๐Ÿ™‚ ) She was actually very nice and said she would love to be able to enlarge my photos. Mad woman! ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for helping put the smile back Bye for now.


                  • I don’t want to upset anyone by joining in a conversation I only half understand, but can I just say that I really like to enlarge a good image to full size so I can appreciate it fully. I don’t understand why you would link an image to ‘none’. I sometimes use galleries on my site, but then get disappointed at how many people click on them – they prefer to look at the small tiled thumbnails. I try not to get upset and put it down to lack of time, rather than lack of interest!


                    • I think the same as you, Annette. I read that woman’s post today, and I don’t know what her problem is. Anyway, nobody is going to tell me how to link to my own photos; if she doesn’t like it, good riddance. I think you and I will get on just fine. I hate superficiality of any kind, and unfortunately this media makes people (allows them) to perfect that characteristic. Warm greetings to you, Annette.


  4. Mentre l’inverno si avvicina tu e le tue foto continuate a tentarci con il paradiso: prima invitanti e scintillanti ciliegie, ora una veduta che fa sussultare il cuore, lo confonde in una festa allestita dalle acque, da delicate nuvole… e si vorrebbe esseri lรฌ, immersi in una dolce brezza tra il cielo e la terra.


  5. You’ve done it with light and darkness again: it’s a lovely parallel to the dappled horse and flowers.
    It sounds as if your life has more darkness than light right now. Can you take at least small comfort from the huge pleasure your photographic artistry gives me?


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