In Groups of Three

When I’m taking photos I just go for things that catch my eye. I try to capture shots that are not the usual, though sometimes the expected looks right through the camera. I often don’t know if I’ve succeeded in getting a good shot until I look at it on the computer, later.

I have noticed that there is something about three that I like. Sometimes I make myself move away from it, look at two or four, but today I’m sticking with groups of three.

Three boxes of plants in a little community garden.
Three clumps of flowers in a front yard.
Three hydrangea flower heads.
Three tough little plants.

A mix of threes.

Three squiggly arrows on street signs.

Other threes on the street.

Three boards of a different colour on a fence.
Three recycle bins.

Three croquette mallet displays, in three windows, each with three rows of three panes.

Three large houses.
Three small houses.

And if you’re interested:

My book, Glass Bricks, is out (since April, 2021) and now available worldwide in/through your local bookstores or from https://atbaypress.com/books/detail/glass-bricks. The digital version will be out soon.

Here’s the video of the book launch for Glass Bricks through McNally Robinson Booksellers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=D1jRf9WKn_s

Here’s a review of the book on page 34. https://prairiebooksnow.ca/pdf/42389-PbN-78-spring-2021-web.p

Note: Amazon has incorrect information on their site. My publisher and I have tried, but we can’t get them to correct it. Sigh! The book is paperback and 93 pages (NOT a hardcover at 256 pages!!! And it has been available since April 2021).

8 Replies to “In Groups of Three”

  1. You did it again Louella. You tickled the eye to take a closer look. If I am looking correctly “the three little tough plants” there are three chicken wire segment like images behind them. Thanks for the eye challenge.

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    1. Thanks, Ron. The 3 little weeds are along the sidewalk behind my building. Behind them is a big vent thing and what looks like chicken wire is some sort of cracked old dried tar like substance. I hope you are keeping well, Ron. 😊

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