King Cup – also known as Marsh Marigold – this is a cultivated variety
Kerria japonica ‘Pleniflora’
Logbook – The page with my First Solo
Logbook – The General Flight Test signoff – the last step to getting a Pilot’s License

The reason for choosing my Pilot’s Logbook will become apparent in a future post…

Catch up with Cee’s B&W Challenge and other entries Here.

The concept of placing subjects that contrast alongside each other is a key photographic compositional tool. It adds tension to the photograph thus creating interest for the viewer. This effectively means placing opposites within the frame – small and large, old and new, light and shade. It can also be a more subtle contrast – using colours from opposite sides of the colour wheel. Here are a few examples…

A Suburban Terrace dwarfed by 132kV powerlines.

Living in the Shadow
Living in the Shadow

Living and Dead, tall and short, yellow and blue.
Dead Tree
Dead Tree

Colours from the opposite side of the colour wheel.
Red and Green
Red and Green

Is this last one a Juxtaposition? Over to you…
Bus and Pub
Bus and Pub