It's time yet again for Wandering Camera, where we choose the best photographs from the month of June. This month, I put the top 10 together into two collages.
I offer you the usual sky shots, with a twist. I generally tend to avoid wires in my sky pictures, and this time I decided to deliberately include wires. I missed having a camera with me on the best cloud day - yes it was the best because my niece even took a picture of the clouds and put them on her Facebook page - but I did enjoy it thoroughly. I thought my neighbor's flag peeking through was appropriate for the patriotic holidays, and the clematis was a good representation of the flowers blooming in the yard.
This collage is mainly the grand reopening of the main public library. They remodeled it. The picture in the upper left is a part of a photo lesson. The instructions were to take pictures at various segments to practice the rule of thirds, and to do closeups. If I am going to use a random object to take a lot of pictures, I figured I would use an interesting one!
Linked to Wandering Camera.