As with the other assignments this month, “EDGE” had me looking at many things with a new perspective! There are many things waiting to be photographed that have “sharp terminating borders; a margin; a brink; or are the boundary line of a surface.” Here are three photos representing different interpretations of “Edge”. The first I took today, with the help of our two roughhousing dogs, Einstein and Rockne. The other two are photos from my iPhone library. Which is your favorite?
My very talented brother gifted me with this lovely bamboo cutting board that he created from scraps. I love the contrast between the narrow edge and the cutting surface.
Edges within edges. Can you find the edges of the lizard?
Every now and then, the electric company lowers Lake Murray to do maintenance around the perimeter. Combined with a drought, the edge of the lake receded further than normal leaving docks stretching over seldom seen land and barely reaching the water. There are so many edges in this photo – the dock, the normal shore line, the land that is normally under water, the water line, the far shore, and the skyline!
My helpers! After rolling around on the floor and wanting attention, Rockne got his ears cleaned by Einstein to take the edge off and then it was nap time 🙂