To reduce something to its most minimal involves the
stripping away of layers to get to its core.
This is the first week of December, and thus begins my simplicity project.
Having been inspired by Kim Manley Ort, I am joining her in posting images that are simpler and more minimal than usual. It’s a way to remind myself to focus on what is really essential in an image and in the rest of life too.
If this also appeals to you, there’s a Flickr group devoted to Photographic Simplicity that you are welcome to join.
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Such simple and lovely composition … just the right pop of color to give it interest. You do simplicity well!
Such a wonderful composition…I see so many hearts in there.
So perfect for the season, Sherry!
This is a really nice composition, Sherry. I love the complementary colours of pink and green. I already admired it in our communal gathering on Flickr.
I’m finding it a little difficult to find the time to give daily comments both here and on the Flickr gallery. I know you understand!
Have a wonderful day and see you in the group! Sandra