Weekly Photo Challenge : One Shot, Two Ways

by Miki Kuwabara on August 11, 2013

Look! It’s Morphing Tombo!

Dragonfly CollageThis week’s photo challenge involves capturing “two images — a horizontal and a vertical version — of the same scene or subject.”

Tombo-san (Mr. Dragonfly in Japanese) made a special appearance for this week’s photo shoot. He showed off his profile for the landscape image. Then, to my surprise, he stayed long enough for me to capture a portrait image…interestingly, he seemed to become a part of the branch that he was perched on. Was he playing games with me?
Domo arigato for participating Tombo-san!

About Miki Kuwabara

I am a freelance photographer who strives to reveal the hidden beauty in our world through compelling images. I was born in Japan, grew up in New York City, and moved to Southern California as an adult. I have enjoyed and participated in a variety of art forms since childhood and continue to do so daily. I strive to bring you photo art with heart!
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6 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge : One Shot, Two Ways

  1. holley4734 says:

    That is an awesome shot!! http://holley4734.wordpress.com/

  2. Maybe your tombo was a tomboy.

  3. Extraordinaire de pureté et d’originalité ! On a l’impression de sentir la vibration des ailes.

    • Google Translate:”Extraordinary purity and originality! It feels to feel the vibration of the wings.”
      I think it should be, “One can almost feel the vibration of the wings.”
      Thank you very much! This dragonfly seemed to enjoy posing for me. 🙂

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