Photography composition: Fill the frame

This post is inspired by Brenda’s post on the same subject, “composition:fill the frame” and a post suggested by Brenda in her discussion, “fill the frame in your photography composition” by Wayne Turner.

Here are images according to my understanding.

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In the beginning I was concentrating on one colour but later I included some background.

 

 

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Love is all around us!

  • Pigeons are monogamous; i.e., they mate for life, and the survivor accepts a new mate only slowly. [https://www.britannica.com/animal/pigeon]
  •  Pigeons are thought to be monogamous but there are no studies, to our knowledge, which verify this assumption using  molecular techniques. To establish positive familial relationships between parents and offspring, DNA fingerprinting  studies are being conducted on ten established pairs. Pairs are identified by observation and blood is collected from  adults and chicks. DNA isolated from the blood is dialyzed, digested with the restriction endonuclease Hae III, and the fragments are transferred to nylon membranes.  The membranes are probed using radioactively labeled Jeffreys’ probes,
    which are multilocus probes used to identify banding patterns in DNA.  Probing of the membranes is performed by Dr. Patricia Parker at Ohio State University.  Banding patterns are compared between parents and offspring. Results obtained to date show that pigeons are monogamous. [http://science.widener.edu/~vatnick/Monogamy.htm]
  • An interesting read [http://nautil.us/issue/33/attraction/what-pigeons-teach-us-about-love]

This post is inspired by Kate’s Friday Foto Fun