The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Opposites

opposites, contrast

“All colors are the friends of their neighbors and the lovers of their opposites.”

~ Marc Chagall

Last week I stumbled upon a post on minimalist photography, which I found very appealing. As soon as I finished reading the article, I took up my camera and started looking for a subject.

I knew that the newly painted boundary wall  in our backyard could be a subject. So I ran to the balcony and this green vine caught my attention immediately. The combination of living and nonliving – the contrast of lush green leaves and the bright yellow wall on its background creates a nice frame.

green leaves, green vine, yellow wall, minimalist photography

I would also like to share the opposite combination here. A yellow flower with green background. So… which one do you like more?

Yellow flower, nature photography

P.S: I have brightened the image slightly and darkened the edges to enhance the colors. Hope you like it. 🙂

Published in response to The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Opposites.
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18 thoughts on “The Daily Post Photo Challenge: Opposites

  1. I like the top one b/c it’s such an unusual look. On the other hand, I just ran across a quote on my twitter feed: “Flowers were made to be seen, not overlooked.” Henry David Thoreau. So, there you are. I can choose both of your pics!

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