This week Cee challenged us to compose ourselves and look at Diagonal lines.

Here are a few from my travel collection. This week I am just going to let them speak for themselves. No cropping or analysing. I hope you enjoy them from whatever angle you veiw them!


Hoian, Vietnam

Diagonals (5)

Swakopmund, Namibia

Diagonals (6)

Soussvwlei, Namibia

Diagonals (10)

Essaunoria, Morocco

Diagonals (12)

Budapest, Hungary



I used Diagonal as a prompt on my “photo a day” blog a couple of weeks ago.  Please feel free to visit and check it out!

The second part of this challenges was to review the challenges to date and re-share a couple of photos. My second effort was the Week 4 challenge Simplicity. After I had submitted it, I re-read the brief and realised I was not quite on track. I meant to rethink my post but never got around to it. I think I was just super excited about this particular challenge series and jumped the gun. Rather than re-share, I’d like to share the pictures I would have used if I had of taken a little more time.  I took these in January 2011 in chilly Chicago on Lake Michigan.

Chicago (2)Chicago (1)

In response to Cee’s Compose Yourself Challenge

Yoroshiku Onegai shimasuimages (1)












6 responses to “Diagonals

  1. Pingback: Compose-Yourself-Wk-8-Diagonal-Lines | WoollyMuses·

  2. Great ‘diagonal’ photos Leanne 🙂 I love the dunes and the bridge!! And you’re simplicity photos are excellent – simply beautiful 🙂
    And I’m pleased I’m not the only one who has jumped the gun a wee bit on one of Cees challenges, I did that a couple of weeks ago!! Her fun photo challenge was for orange & green (All things man made – thats the bit I missed), I put up a whole bunch of trees in Autumn!! LOL! 😦


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