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Here are a couple of different types of contrasts.

A dead tree surrounded by live greenery.

Dead Tree Surrounded by Live Trees

Dead vs. Alive

I found two types of contrasts in next photo: size and color. I saw a picnic table for adults next to a picnic table for children; the adult table was painted and the children’s table was not.

Two picnic tables

Painted vs. Unpainted; Large vs. Small

Finally, here are some contrasting cows!

Black and white cattle

Contrasting Cows

 

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smiley face, flowers

Someone Likes Flowers…

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trees

Birch Looks Out at the Edge of the Earth

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Today I went to one of my favorite places: World’s End.

So many views between the trees.

BoatsBetweenTrees

Boats Between the Trees

Hidden Beach

Hidden Beach

 

boats

More Boats Between the Trees

Boston Skyline

View of Boston Skyline

 

 

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Some kayakers weaving between the pilings.

Kayaking Between the Pilings

Kayaking Between the Pilings

 

 

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card in puddle

Discarded Wishes

Flowers need water, right?

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Sometimes our own pictures surprise us. Sometimes we don’t see that bee on the flower, or that person in the edge of the picture while we are focusing on something else. But sometimes we see the “extra” person or thing and think it might make the photo more interesting.

I was taking a lot of steeples and domes in the Harvard Square area near Boston and caught this plane contrail at the same time.

steeple, plane contrail

Steeple with Plane Contrail

During my wanderings I saw this wall of windows with a beautiful reflection. I caught a steeple in the reflected windows, but unfortunately it was white and it was such a bright day…You have to look carefully to see it.

Reflection in Wall of Windows

Wall of windows Reflects a White Steeple

And here’s one from Memorial Day: Congressman Stephen Lynch is speaking, and in the right-hand corner of the photo isI captured a photographer taking his picture.

Photographer, Congressman Stephen Lynch

Photographing the Congressman

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