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Friday, September 14, 2007

Geographic Composition #8: Circles

Welcome to week eight of Geographic Composition! Each week a number of my fellow photobloggers and I will submit an image based on a common theme from our scattered locations around the world. Even though the theme is the same, our own vision and view of the world when coupled with the geographic and cultural environment in which we live will shape the images we create and offer a varied interpretation on the topic of the week.

For this week, our theme is "circles." For one photographer it was about spead monitoring cameras. For another it was about a country's staple food. Two photographers looked towards nature for inspiration. One found circles at an amusement park and another in the momentary experience of a firework blast. And for another, it was about how a special circle formed something totally different when illuminated.

Please take a moment to view the participants' blogs and also, if you have any suggestions for future themes, please leave a comment below.

Thanks, and Enjoy!

"Circle of Strife"
Mike Holley - Worcestershire, England
Jon Erikson - San Miguel de Allende, Mexico
Jenny Arnez - Rancho Cardova, CA
"Cropped Circles"
Andrew Smith - Hanover, PA
"Gone In Six Seconds"
Erik Persson - Seattle, WA
Amy Archer - Sweden
"Heart In A Wedding Ring"
Jason D. Moore - North Syracuse, NY