Lens-Artists Challenge #145 Getting To Know You

The photo challenge this week is an invitation for Getting To Know You by showing a relationship with a subject we photographed.  For me, I’m not much for digging deep into analyzing why I took a picture.  I generally try and keep it simple with the goal of getting shots that are pleasing to the eye. 

That being said, there is one subject that comes to mind for some reason I guess I have some strange connection to when I see it.  And I don’t know why but I can’t resist taking shots of those wooden slat fences at the beach. 

They just seem to draw me in…
It might be the fact that I’m on vacation or they just give me a good feeling that I’m at the beach…although this particular visit could have been better with some sunshine 😦
Maybe it’s the sand paths that form between them…
Or just because I don’t see them that often. Whatever the reason, they’re pleasing to my eye and it just may be as simple as that 🙂

Thanks to Scillagrace for the Lens-Artists Challenge idea this week.

11 thoughts on “Lens-Artists Challenge #145 Getting To Know You

  1. Thanks for joining the challenge! I love the grasses and fences in the sand…they will always remind me of summers at my grandmother’s beach cottage on the shores of Lake Michigan. They give your eye a path to follow and invite your imagination to invent adventures at the end of that path. Plus, they lend a certain structure and stability that makes it safe to explore, especially for a child. Great post!

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