Main Entry: dip·tych"Diptychs and triptychs are a brilliant tool for photographic storytelling. They present two or three images which can be from the same session or they can be polar opposites to show opposition or contrasting ideas."
Etymology: Late Latin diptycha, plural, from Greek, from neuter plural of diptychos folded in two, from di- + ptych? fold
1 : a 2-leaved hinged tablet folding together to protect writing on its waxed surfaces
2 : a picture or series of pictures (as an altarpiece) painted or carved on two hinged tablets
3 : a work made up of two matching parts
I have so many photos from last weekend, and it occurred to me to present some of them as diptychs. Of course, I have since been carried away with the notion, So here are a few with a nearer and farther theme. You have seen some of the single photos in the previous post.
|Me and Brian (on my left) enjoying a warm, spring day.|
|Curious Northern River Otter.|
|Brian lining up shots at Robinson Lake.|
|Lower Faraday Community Centre: somewhat lacking a supportive community|
|A Rickety Shed|