This week at Where’s My Backpack?, Ailsa’s theme is “contrast”. My photos are all about the visual contrast of the silhouette, which I love.
The view from my room at Belhurst Castle. Yes, that’s a boat dock looking out over Seneca Lake. And yes, I was literally (and I don’t mean that figuratively) hanging out my hotel room window so I could get this photo.
Not too shabby!
This photo was taken in Cleveland. It’s the War Memorial Fountain, formally known as the “Fountain of Eternal Life”, which symbolizes mankind rising victorious from the ashes of war.
I love that the brightest light makes for the darkest shadow.
Next: Paris. Which is in my heart forever. This is at the bottom of the Eiffel Tower, and the contrast helps illuminate the complicated and gorgeous metalwork.
Must. Go. Back.
I saw this tree at the Elizabethan Gardens in the Outer Banks. I adore the multi-level contrast of this. Light/dark, and the tree itself stands in total opposition to what tree trunks are supposed to do.
No idea how or why this happened. But cool!
And finally, this picture was taken at sunset from the foot of the Ponte Vecchio, looking out across the Arno. Because Florence, that’s why.
Does this need further explanation?
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