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Sunday, February 6, 2011

Sunday Stills~Emotion

~Going to school just about killed me.
I hated the whole notion of it.~
~Edna Mace 1888~

This week's Sunday Stills photo challenge:

"This weeks challenge it to 
post pics that will cause an emotion 
in the person who checks out your blog, 
not your emotion."

This was hard. I Googled 'types of emotions' and found a list...which, after reading the list, made me think that photos most always spark some sort of an emotion.

But would the emotion be the same for every person who views the photo? I think not.

I did use my archives for this challenge, but none of these photos have been on my blog before.

So, what emotion do the photos bring out in you?


Steens Mountain



Sagebrush Without the Brush



Great American Icons



Check out the other Sunday Stills challenge participants HERE.

10 comments:

Cheyenne said...

Delight!!!!!!!

Annette said...

Serenity for the first one.

Linda said...

A peaceful feeling on the first for sure. I found this one hard.

dibear said...

Wide open spaces in the first shot, rigged and enduring for the tree shot, but not sure about the Custer shot, maybe a bit of anger for the way he treated the indians.

I thought for sure we'd see a shot of Cindy Sue??

K. T. Sparks said...

United States of America is a wonderful place, God's promised land.

5 Starr's Farm said...

I like what you wrote,this was a hard challenge. The same photo cane bring out a different emotion in every viewers.

Ed said...

Great shots, custer has a bit more hair than I imagined, I'm guessing the other gent it General Cook. Love the first shot and the Brego shot..:-))

Ed said...

oops, Brego is in the last post, I meant the Juniper pic, well done, very bleak..:-)

CTG Ponies said...

Excellent photos!! I find it hard to sometimes put the emotions into words.

Shirley said...

Love the first shot, looks kinda lonely.

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