Since I started with red lines I thought I’d end with them as well. I feel like I ran a marathon posting every day for a month. Maybe the habit will stick and I’ll be more regular in the future.
Many thanks to Becky of Winchester for hosting this great challenge. I learned a lot about composition as I looked at people’s squares this month and spent time reshaping my own pictures to look at least okay as squares.
It is a myth that the Great Wall of China is visible from space but one time, when the air was exceptionally clear, I saw it from the window of the airplane as I headed for home. The picture is not great, taken with my old cell phone through a plane window, but I was pretty excited since this is the part of the wall that I walked.
This is a picture that I took simply because I likes the way the morning’s misty gold light played on this cracked mud. I had some vague idea, never yet realized, that I could use it as an artsy-fartsy texture overlay for something.
The photo was taken in Shouguang, Shandong Province, China on my favorite morning walk along the river. The mud was from a massive flood of the Mihe River a couple of months earlier.