Weekly Photo Challenge: Merge

This week’s photo challenge is guest hosted by Gary Ng of Gnostec Photography.

Merge. The world is made up of many things. There is a saying that opposites attract, and this is true for relationships and other things. What about photography? Many surprises can come out of merging two different entities into one. Sometimes this fusion of the elements is what we call art.

When I walked past this fence, I saw the glittering from the corner of my eye and I stepped back to examine the scene. It made me smile.

In this photo the natural merges with the artificial: a sober wooden fence – held together with dull iron wire – combined with this vibrant and sparkling, colorful bow tie.

They merge quite well. Every fence needs a bow tie!

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At The Daily Post you will find more Merge photos, let them surprise you :)

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48 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Merge

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  5. I sooooooooooooo LOVED this, Marion. I guess it would have made me too come back and smile :)

    Gorgeous photo, and great words to go with.

    Like

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