Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes

Earlier this week, the Daily Post talked about taking three-picture stories. Read the article for more ideas.

So the challenge this week is to share a story of your own using this format.

This is something I often do, though not necessarily in threes, but I do like to take an overview of a scene or subject, then home in on one or two elements relating to the subject and often include a close-up shot of some detail that catches my eye. Architecture, Landscapes, Travel and Gardens lend themselves to this sort of photography, but it can be used for any subject you like.

Bath Covered Bridge, New Hampshire

(click an image to enlarge)

Bath Covered Bridge 1

First a shot of the Haverhill-Bath historic covered bridge over the Ammonoosuc River in New Hampshire. Look carefully – in the background you can just see the steeple of the clap-board church.

Bath Church and Store 1

The second image shows the church in context with the neighbouring store

bath sign 1

and the final shot is a close-up of the sign above the bridge entrance. Do they tell a story? You tell me.

If you would like to see what others have come up with for this challenge then go to the Daily Post @ WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge 

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Heyjude

I now live in the UK, but spent several years travelling and then living in South Africa. I now look forward to a long and leisurely retirement doing what I like most - gardening, photography, walking and travelling.

18 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Threes”

  1. Have to say that’s the longest covered bridge I’ve ever seen – and I’ve seen lots of them. And the water is beautifully captured below. Excellent story-telling Jude! Love the sign 🙂

  2. Tells a lovely story of a more genteel age and of a beautiful place to visit – very Americana and New England, lovely post Jude. I’m still thinking of mine… !

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