Weekly Photo Challenge: Distorted (“Melting”)

"Melting" - Copyright Anne M. Freeman

I anticipate that my fellow bloggers will post many great interpretations on this week’s prompt, DISTORTION, and I’m looking forward to exploring them.  I’ve posted a photo I took of the reflections of a child and beach umbrella at the edge of a wave.  It looks how I felt after a day of shooting at the wonderful Jersey Shore (not that stupid show!).  In this case, melting sure feels good!


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Some nice interpretations of “Distortion” below.

Vladimir Breznia: http://windagainstcurrent.com/2012/03/02/weekly-photo-challenge-distorted/

Madman: http://ateliermadman.com/2012/03/03/photographie-weekly-challenge-2012-5/

Cedric: http://implicado.wordpress.com/2012/03/03/weekly-photo-challenge-distorted/

Scott’s Eye: http://scottseyephotos.wordpress.com/2012/03/03/weekly-photo-challenge-distorted/#comment-1855

Jeff Sinon: http://jeffsinonphotography.wordpress.com/2012/03/03/weekly-photo-challenge-distorted/#comment-471

Ivy: http://ayearinmyshoes.wordpress.com/2012/03/02/weekly-photo-challenge-distorted/#comment-1648

Sons of Thunder: http://sonsothunder.files.wordpress.com/2012/03/bluerocking51.jpg

The MOFman: http://themofman.wordpress.com//?s=Weekly+Photo+Challenge&search=Go

40 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Distorted (“Melting”)

  1. I would have never guessed the actual subject, had you not revealed it. But I must say, the colors are beautiful together. Nice photo. 😉

  2. Pingback: Weekly Photo Challenge: Distorted | Wind Against Current

  3. That is beautiful! For some reason the first thing that came to mind was lemon peels. Yes I am a little weird!

    Thank you very much for the publicity too!

    • Thank you, Sons of Thunder! The leopard was resting after feeding on a young wildebeest it had dragged up into the tree, as leopards will do. It was “fat and happy.” Glad you enjoyed it.


      • I’ve posted the full photo in my pages section in the gallery called “Archive of Blog Header Photos”. You can access the gallery either at the top of the page or on the side.


    • Hi Pix & Kardz – thank you! It seems peaceful despite the bright sun and colors. How does it strike you? I must get to your blog to see your interpretation of distort.


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