Photo Journal

The Photo Journal is where we will feature fun, interesting, or beautiful photos each week. Whoever has the most interesting or different photo each week will be featured on the site and praised like the amazing photo genius you are.

Week 17

It’s here! It’s here! The weekly Photo Journal is full of some great stuff this week. The first two photos were taken by Paul and Janice at North Park outside of Pittsburgh. I’ve gotten some great shots there but I have never even seen this thing before. It’s an old water tower converted into a fire tower. The rust gives it some really cool color. Both shots look really cool with the tree branches sprawling out like fingers across the frame, very nice.


The following two photos were taken at the same time as the Pearplle experiment from last week when I was stuck in the house. They were fun but I didn’t really feel like they deserved their own post. Getting these photographs just right was not really the point of my exercise. It’s important that we try things outside of our comfort zone to stretch our creativity and make art.

This last photo cracks me up, it looks as though this goose just wanted to be photographed. If you look close enough (i.e. zoom in) you will see my reflection in the birds eyeball.

Honk! Honk!

Remember, if you’d like to share your art with the rest of the world don’t hesitate to submit them via the link below (called “Submit Your Pictures Here!” weirdly enough). There are other ways to have your photograph featured on the website as well, periodically we will feature a photograph that represents the “This is America Challenge” or “Great Places to Photograph”. As always, thank you for your wonderful submissions and please keep them coming. Enjoy!

So who is next? Include your name, where you shot the picture, what the picture is of, and why you took it.

Submit Your Picture Here!

Do not copy, distribute or otherwise use the images on this site. Images are property of the photographers who submit them.

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