I think you should name it Looking through the spaces.
I live the fact the way the circles frame that which is far away and gives a feeling of looking through a portal from a shady area into a sunlit area. Diagonal lines add power to the composition.
Hey. I read my emails in the wrong order. I make a comment which is waiting for admin. approval. BTW, I like your photograph a lot.
Hi! Welcome to the blogging world. My name is Cassandra Steele, and I am an education student at the University of South Alabama. I am taking a class called EDM310. Its an educational media class where we get to learn how to blog and connect with people all over the world. We also get to learn how to put pictures and videos into blog posts and how to use different types of gadgets from Google.This is a really cool looking picture. I think you should name it "Through the Peepholes". It is kind of similar to a peephole on a door. You can only see so much when you look through a peephole, and this picture is similar to this idea. I like the creativity of this picture. Nice job on this post. Keep up the good work!
This photograph really caught my eye! Maybe Eyes?
Hey Alba! My name is Tara Watson, and I am a student at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama. I am currently taking Dr. Strange's EDM310 course. I just started blogging for the first time during this class. We are learning all about technology and how to apply different things we learn to blog posts. We have recorded videos and made podcasts. We also know how to provide sources for pictures we take from the Internet and links for websites we find. I think you are doing a great job to have just started blogging. The picture you took of the U.S.S. Alabama is really cool. I would name it "Shapes". It has three circles and if you had gotten a broader shot of the ship it looks like the lines may form a triangle. Keep up the great work!
See through me!
"Twogether"? I like the two circles and the feeling of companionship that gives me.
May be --The circles of learning!
Hi, Alba! My name is Kathryn Buchanan from the University of South Alabama, and I am commenting as a part of Dr. Strange's EDM 310 Class. I really like your new blog! That picture is great, and I think you have a gift for photography. I like the way that you captured a picture that not many people would think to capture. You have a gift, and I think you should pursue it! I think a good name would be "Through the Eyes of a Ship." Thanks for letting me read you blog!-Kathryn Buchanan
Hi Alba! My name is Morgan Mohler! I am a student at the University of South Alabama in Dr. Strange's EDM 310 class! I am so excited that you are blogging and also taking an interest in photography! I love taking pictures, it's such a fun way to capture your thoughts and now you can share your pictures AND your thoughts through blogging! Keep up the great work!
Hey, I am a student at the University of South Alabama. This is a very interesting picture. I think you are doing a great job. Keep up the good work. Here's my blog URL www.yorkjameicaedm310.blogsppot.com.
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