Weekly Photo Challenge : Converge

This week, explore the ways lines and shapes can converge in interesting ways through photography. You can take the theme in a literal or an abstract direction, as you see fit.

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This field of sun flowers are like a field of dreams converging to the distant farm buildings, all facing the same way as they track the sun through the heavens.

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It is a long way to walk, I hope a train doesn’t come.

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Still waiting…

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Here it is. “All aboard”…

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The long straight road through the Australian outback. The sun beats down from the relentless blue sky. There appears to be no end in sight as the road converges with the distant horizon.

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The white picket fence and iron lace work around the balcony takes my eye on a visual journey through this photograph to the end of the village street in Richmond, Tasmania. Even the clouds coöperate with a swirl that also converges at the end of the street.

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Thinking in an abstract direction I wonder if I can add this photo. Does it converge? Will it fit the theme? What do you think?

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11 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge : Converge

  1. I love sunflowers and this is perfect for this challenge. Love it.

  2. Completely lovely! We need some sun over here!

  3. Sunflowers are my favourite! Love that photo 🙂

  4. love the different takes on the converge word – and the sunflowers were my fav – but all good. 🙂

    • Thanks Y,I love sunflowers and yesterday I planted some sunflower seedlings that I’ve grown from seed, the forecast is for rain this weekend so I’ll be planting more vegies today and keep fingers crossed that we get rain and not a storm

      • oh how nice those sunflowers will be – and that is one off the first flowers we grew here in VA – it was such a success because my boys were little and had wanted to see stuff grow – and up until that point we only had store bought starters. anyhow, those sunflowers grew in the hard orange clay dirt that is so prevalent here… and we grew them a few years in a row because they are so easy and so lovely. and well, I look forward to seeing yours…
        hope the rain comes and not a storm…. 🙂
        we hade our first hint of snow last night – not much, But I caught it in the light of the truck in the driveway… hint of snow…

        oh – and real quick – forgot to note the ” visual journey” photo – thanks for describing it that way because it helped me to experience the clouds and the porches more – so cool.

        • I love it when we have instant connection, chatting in blog land… 🙂 I can imagine your kids would love the sunflowers they grow so fast, must go out and take a photo for the record…

          Brrrrrrr don’t know if I could survive in the snow any more…

          • well we do not have too much snow where we live – but I know what you mean – 🙂
            also, we did get some fun pictures – it was years ago when we grew these beauties – and well, we had one photo that we taped inside of a children’s book called Sunflowers – which is a book about a boy who make a sunflower fort – planted a bunch in a circle – and it was cool. we did not do that – but we had some “tall drooping” sunflowers that matched the book. it was cool.

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