Weekly Photo Challenge: Two Subjects
Without one, there is no other.
This is one of my favourite photos. I’m not sure it fits the ‘composition’ part of the challenge this week, but I’m just a beginner. I have published this photo before, but not for a challenge. To visit this photo and more: A Sardinian Cowllery.
My first submission for this weeks challenge: Two Subjects #1
What do you think?
so cute 😉 @Jennifer iam waiting your participate- Weekly Photo Challenge “Sun” , come on 😀
Just posted it.
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I like this photo and you’re right, you can’t have one without the other.
I like this one a lot! The photo and also the sentence “Without one, there is no other”. Thanks for sharing, Jennifer!
It has a sweet quality.
Sweet is good, thank you! 🙂
Wonderful shot! I can see why it’s a favorite of yours.
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well i like it…and them…they are so cute
this is great…makes me hungry 🙂
2 subjects looking puzzled 🙂
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Forefront cow has a lovely “do”. From the description in the challenge, I believe you met the composition – doesn’t matter that its two of the same. Really nice shot.
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Well, it is two subjects, even though thy are the same thing. But two items in the picture just the same–no pun intended there. Great photo!
I cannot comment on the composition, but I know what I like and I like this photo 🙂
Thank you! They were too cute to pass up!
I agree – they would make wonderful characters in a children’s book 🙂
Great photo. The little one is so adorable. Interpretations of these photo challenges are individual, so every contribution fits 🙂
I’m not an expert, but it is a very pleasing photo—IMHO.
Thank you! I appreciate your honest opinion! 🙂