T4T: Danica’s Eyes

I decided it was time that I set up a weekly recurring “thing” on this blog again. The problem is I struggle a little bit with consistency at the best of times so I didn’t want to constrain myself too tightly. For example, if I were sharing a photo a week, that would either begin to bore me after a while and I’d let it slip, or during a time when I wasn’t taking a lot of photos I’d have to use old content and that would bore you. That same basic idea applied to pretty much everything I could think of doing so I decided to keep things pretty open to avoid boredom while still forcing myself to post something on the same day every week. In the end I decided on:

Two for Tuesday

Starting today I’ll be posting two somethings each Tuesday. They could be anything. Two words, two pictures, two recipes, two quotes, two poems, two stories, two links — you get the idea.

It should be fun πŸ™‚

I’m going to kick things off with two pictures. These are both images of Danica’s eye. I took the pictures within seconds of one another and then just processed them differently. They are some of of my favourit images (a’la moi) that I’ve done recently. If you like them, I invite you to pop over to my Flickr page to see more of my photographs, and if you use Flickr why not add me as a contact? I’ll be happy to return the favour πŸ™‚

"Over There" photograph by Rhonda Parrish

"Danica's Eye" photograph by Rhonda Parrish


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4 thoughts on “T4T: Danica’s Eyes”

  1. I’m drawn to the complexity of eyes. They are the hardest part of a portrait to get right in a sketch because their subtlety of expression is so unique. Great pix.

    1. Thank you πŸ™‚

      I love eyes too. Alas, I couldn’t draw to save my life, but the camera lets me express myself visually without having to πŸ™‚

  2. I like these. The two different processes really do give me very different thoughts about what I see.

    I think your Two for Tuesday idea is great. πŸ™‚

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