Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement

Movement is the theme for this week’s Weekly Photo Challenge.  This is how it was set before us:-

Movement.  How do you show movement in your photos? This photo choice is a very deliberate show of movement through the camera lens and the blurring lights, but how else can you show movement of objects, or of the action that’s happening in your picture? 

Living by the sea the most obvious photographs for the theme is the capture of the movement of the sea and, of course, where there is sea there are seagulls.  I take a lot of photos of the sea, I love it – the way it is never the same from one day to the next and also the seagulls, swooping on the thermals, always full of movement.   I have rummaged through them all and after a great deal of deliberation and holding myself back not to show too many,I decided to use the following.

I do hope they capture the movement of the sea and the seagulls.

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16 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Movement

  1. These are excellent examples for the challenge… the sea is definitely roiling. 😉

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  2. Beautiful post! The sea is both a vision of beauty and danger. At one time it’s fun, playful to peaceful but on certain times, scary as strong powerful waves humbles even the bravest soul. Well captured and more…

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    1. Thank you! The sea is a fantastic thing to photograph, it has so many moods and colours.

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  3. Great photos… 🙂

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  4. These are lovely, Ronnie – and you really do capture the movement of both sea and gulls.

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    1. Thank you, it is not easy to capture in a still photo the element of movement. I am glad that you could see it.

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  5. I really like the third one. Beautiful! Great take on “movement.”

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  6. Very good indeed but … you haven’t tagged them, where were they taken?

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    1. They were taken at my local beach – I am just 10 minutes walk from Worthing seafront and take many a photo of one of my main loves in my life – the seaside.

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  7. These are all wonderful – the beach is such a vibrant place, full of motion!

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    1. Thank you – the sea always has wonderful movement be it rough or calm.

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  8. They are grand and regal and boy do they move!!! mine is a mere tinkle in comparison …

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  9. They certainly do capture the movement of the sea and the gulls … great interpretation of the challenge this week.

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