This week’s feature theme is Symbols of Hope. These beautiful works of art were chosen from A Photographer’s Craft. Please enjoy these works, and don’t forget to check out the artist’s personal pages, where you can view more of their gorgeous work!
A symbol of hope can mean a number of things to any individual person. If you were asked to take one picture creating a symbol of hope, what would it be?
Would it be a white dove in mid-flight as it was for Mark German?
(This image can also be purchased at The Gift of Art)
How about a symbolic lone tree as in Dana DiPasquale’s “Maybe This Year Will Be Better Than The Last”?
Or maybe it would be a serene landscape image like Adrian Rachele’s “Ode to Life” or “Breaking Through” by Tom Vaughan.
(“Breaking Through” can also be purchase at The Gift of Art)
Or a glorious start to a new day like it was for Sue Wickham?
What about a symbol of faith as it was for lallymac?
“And the soldiers plaited a crown of thorns, and put it on His head, and put on him a purple robe, And said, Hail, King of the Jews and they smote Him with their hands.” John 19:2-4
Maybe it’s the ever watchful guardian angel in “S A C R E D” by Redtempa?
For me, through my eyes…the symbol of hope was the innocent smile of my daughter, my future, my hope.
What is your Symbol of Hope?
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