Taking part-to-whole pictures can result in displays of interesting textures. Can you guess what the whole will be from these parts?
(For Cee’s Odd Ball Photo Challenge)
Can you guess yet?
These pictures were taken at St. James Island’s (Charleston, South Carolina) annual Festival of Lights. One section of the park is devoted to a giant holiday greeting card contest focusing on using recyclable items in the environment. Here one elementary school put together this very clever…
Here’s an even broader look at part of the giant greeting card display at the Festival of Lights in a Piwakawata photo:
How about jumping into a “Part-to-Whole Photo Challenge.” Post your own part-to-whole photos and post a link in my comments section. I’d love to see what you come up with. I’ll post a list of links for anyone who jumps on board.
In the meantime, Happy New Year. For more fun than you can possibly handle, you might want to check out this post on Janice Heck Writes: Happy New Year’s Day.
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