Results of the Minimalism Community Challenge
Kudos to everyone who participated and who stretched their imagination to meet the challenge. With almost 300 entries, you made me earn my keep! While I’m highlighting some entries, it’s worth looking at the entire collection of submissions.
This was a very broad challenge topic but some themes quickly emerged in my review.
Isolating an element
hook, egg, ladybug, rope, lemon, cat, branch, and the mystery of a cracked door.
A tiny cow, new growth, softnessall around, lone kayaker, leading paths, great use of negative space.
Lines and patterns:
Corrugated door, tiles, shadows, and, a building’s belly button.
Upside downblack&white, the bendof tulips, forget-me-not, floral arrangement,dandelionseed, and even a dead weedcan be beautiful.
Reflections and silhouettes
Masts,sheep, a ghostship, grouping, reeds, and, an abstractrendition.
Shapes and colors
Rust, light-rimmed roofs,water fountain,coconut milk, intriguing shape,splashesof color, a fleeting scene, drops.
These images stood out because of their compositional elements
Three and One; The Big Climb; Punch and Judy; Teatime;Draft; Abstract?;Onlooker; The Season Is Open;A Moment In Time;Floral Arrangement;Apres Le Deluge.
OK, as is my tradition now, below are my personal favorites: these images just made me stop and look – and look again :)
- Peas and a fork
- Dreamy rapeseed field
- When a hint is enough
- Mystery shapes
- Angle, Poise
Cover photo: Rapeseed by Skeena
Results compiled by Michele (aka Alsacienne)