Weekly Photo Challenge: Distorted
All right, so it’s March and I’m just getting around to joining the weekly photo challenge. I had intended on starting this in January but I can’t remember if I just forgot or didn’t like that week’s suggested theme so I thought I’d put it off a week or what – I have no excuses. But better late than never, right?
This week’s theme is distorted. I wasn’t really sure what to do with this one – I thought about trying to shoot through something like a frosted windowpane perhaps but it’s been 50 degrees here this week – no frost to be found anywhere. Then I came across these trees reflected in the pond at the Arboretum of Cornell Plantations.But I wasn’t real happy with the angle of the shots I took – just doesn’t seem to highlight the distortion. So I thought I’d keep this as a backup in case I didn’t come across anything else.
Not sure if my other distorted example is much better. It’s a long exposure of some waves hitting what I assume is a support for the dock when it is put in during the summer. Since we’ve had very little snow the lake levels are quite low and I was able to walk quite far out on the lake bottom to take some sunset shots.