Your Advice, Please

May I have your advice, please, readers?

I’m about to submit some images for an exhibtion, in which up to a maximum of three pieces of each individual’s work will be shown. The first time I participated in an exhibit at this gallery, the exhibit committee selected my images of Lion’s Gate Bridge in the fog, reflections of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC (a stark and haunting image), and Arizona’s Grand Canyon.

This year’s exhibit theme is Avocations, with a call for works that reflects contributors’ passions. Some of mine include travel and gardening/florals, and those are joined by a gravitational pull to the beach and bodies of water.

I’ll be submitting not more than five images for consideration. If you have a minute or two to scan these images, I’d be grateful if you’d scroll down to the “Leave a Reply” option at the base of the screen and type in the numbers of up to four of the images below that appeal to you. Thank you!

1. Beachcombing (Whytecliffe Park)Log on Beach 6547 Copyright Shelagh Donnelly

2. Tangles (Jericho Park)Tangles 7935 Copyright Shelagh Donnelly

3. Birds of Seven Mile BridgeSeveb Mile Bridge 3163 Copyright Shelagh Donnelly

4. Cannon Beach Haystack Rock

5. Spanish Banks WatchSpanish Banks Eve 0934 Copyright Shelagh Donnelly

6. Cannon Beach SunsetIMG_6072

7. Market Roses

8. Gardenia

9. Orange Poppy

10. Cypress Pink

11. Red Poppy I

12. Red Poppy IIRed Poppy 179 Copyright Shelagh Donnelly

9 Comments on “Your Advice, Please

  1. Jason likes: 4,5,1,2,3 in that order
    I like: 2,7,6,1,11,8 in that order


  2. Wow, truly stunning photos!!! I love them all but for the selection, I liked 1, 4, 5, 6, 7 the best. Good luck on the exhibition!! 😊


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