One’s Not Enough — Lens-Artists Challenge #201

Hi all πŸ˜ƒ My entry for this weeks challenge, set by Leya: Three of a Kind.

I love macro photography, but sometimes getting up close doesn’t convey the scale of the whole picture. The local glen is carpeted with bluebells at the moment which is not seen in a macro shot.

The same is true with this huge blossom tree.

Large structures like the Forth Road Bridge, can need more than one shot to see the whole.

Sometimes, things just turn up in threes πŸ˜ƒ

20 thoughts on “One’s Not Enough — Lens-Artists Challenge #201

  1. Love these shotsβ€”they tell the story of triads. I especially like your feature shotβ€”talk about having your ducks in a row!!! πŸ˜‚

  2. I enjoyed your post, Jez…3’s by accident and 3’s on purpose. Moving closer and closer really helps to show us the scope of the scene. Nice!

  3. Gorgeous photos! I know what you mean about macro photography (my favorite). This triptych technique has me looking at the whole scene. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Just beautiful threes, Jez! I love the bluebells of course, but all the others too. And yes, sometimes they just come in threes…

  5. I’m with Brian Jez, it’s a wonderful response to the challenge. I liked yhe way you conveyed the beauty of the larger scenes by leading up to them. I expecially loved the big-picture of that gorgeous bluebell scene.

Great to hear your thoughts πŸ˜ƒ