Dialogue // Diptychs {Photo Challenge}

Connie Hanks Photography // ClickyChickCreates.com // Diptych - Tea, Nature, Earth - exposed roots, tangled, tea, backyard

Using a diptych, whether to tell a story, to show details, to show a comparison, scale or sequence, is fabulous to help convey an idea, or to plant the seed to new ideas…

What do these say to you? What dialogue is taking place between the images? Do you hear a story?

Connie Hanks Photography // ClickyChickCreates.com // Diptych - Craving Cookies!

Connie Hanks Photography // ClickyChickCreates.com // Diptych - Tea, Nature, Earth - exposed roots, tangled, tea, backyard

Connie Hanks Photography // ClickyChickCreates.com // Diptych - Run like the Wind! shoes and bubbles

Thanks for the inspiration, Frédéric Biver and Daily Post! I sure do love breathing new life into images from years gone by…

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41 responses to “Dialogue // Diptychs {Photo Challenge}”

  1. Well done! I love the play between the pictures. And, though I understand in the first pairing the ingredients with the finished product… at first glance I thought the bowl was a mug of milk which also would have been a good pairing. 🙂

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  2. Very creative contributions. I myself played more from the perspective of pure juxtaposition, which in some ways was easier for me to do. Your images work almost narratively together to create a dialogue which is fabulous and I suspect a tougher thing to set up in our heads before taking the pictures … let alone finding a tree root that looked like a teapot. Brilliant!

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    • Thanks so much, Dale! Yes, conceptualizing the images was great fun, but getting the right angles and subjects proved a bit more challenging! Lucky for me, the knotted tree root was right outside my kitchen window, in my backyard in our old home. It caught my attention as I began my studies in photography and proved a wonderful subject 🙂 Thanks again for your kind words – always appreciated!

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  3. 🙂 Wow, I really enjoy your version of dialogue…especially the one of the chocolate chip cookie and the tea. Excellent examples! 🙂 Have a very HAPPY day! 🙂

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