Lens-Artists Photo Challenge: Leading Lines

Hello there, friends. Is everyone having a good day?

It’s photo challenge time again and this week it comes from Tina at Travels and Trifles. Tina has challenged us to post photos with ‘leading lines’. A compositional element of photography, “leading lines carry our eye through a photograph. They help to tell a story, to place emphasis, and to draw a connection between objects. They create a visual journey from one part of an image to another and can be helpful for creating depth as well.” – Tina

I really had a good time with this one. I don’t know if I got it right in every photo, but it definitely challenged me and allowed me to look at my photos in a different light. Hope you enjoy my offerings for this week.

Possibly my favorite photo that I took on our last trip, this shot was snapped on the grounds at Rait Castle, located near Inverness, Scotland.

Photo taken (I think) on the B851, a funky, single-track road, near Farr, Scotland.  

This photo was rather unremarkable to me until I changed it to black and white.  At the end of the road is Kildrummy Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.

Photo of the Forth Bridge in South Queensferry, Scotland.

Photo taken in beautiful Milton Woods near Farr, Scotland.

In Inverness, Scotland.  You can see the Greig Street Bridge in the distance.

Mr. C striking a pose in front of the doorway to Dirleton Castle in East Lothian, Scotland.

And now for something outside of Scotland…our cruise ship as it pulled into port in Puerto Rico.

On beautiful Half Moon Cay, Bahamas.

And last, Mr. C’s parents, hand-in-hand, walking back to our cruise ship after a day of exploring.  Awww πŸ™‚

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Have a fabulous week, friends. See ya again soon.


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