by Cheryl Morris
(Niagara on the Lake, Canada)
These two share a small field in the French countryside. I pass them everyday and they are always together. They love carrots but don't seem to mind waiting their turn while the other one munches away. These two are a heart-warming sight.
by Doug Fairburn
(North Bay, On, Canada)
keeping your loved one company until you return...
by Ron Chalecki
(Hamilton ON, Canada)
Saw these 2 vintage Fords at a car show and kept my eye on them as I had hoped to capture them without all the distractions and clutter around them. That came as cars began leaving and these 2 were on their own. I figured this image qualifies as a candidate for the challenge.
I opted for a sepia treatment for the sake of providing a dated appearance, then brought the vehicle colours back.
by Janette Baillie
(Grand Bend, Ontario, Canada)
I was walking along the beach and spotted these two lovely ladies heading out into Lake Huron for a swim on a hot summer day.
by David Weyman
(Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
Clydesdales at Fort Steele, B.C.
(Toronto, ON, Canada)
Captured this special moment of a pair of Tiger Longwing butterflies. The male above was performing a courtship dance to please his girl, the female below stayed still totally attracted by her mate's dance.
I used a slower shutter speed just enough to capture the action of the wings, keeping its legs and body sharp.
(Chiang Mai, Thailand)
I went to a garden center near where I'm staying and spotted this cute couple (garden gnomes for sale). I was a bit concerned that the background flowers might detract from the subject, but I've since decided that the flowers add to the "romantic" and "cute" aspect of the story which this photo tells.
On Top of the Mosque
by John Stavinoha
(Cairo, Egypt (from USA))
In November of 2010 I took a week long tour of Syria. I think I was really lucky to see this beautiful country only months before it broke down into civil war. One of the first days was spent in Aleppo where you find the Citadel in the middle of the old part of the city. On top of the citadel is a great scenic lookout point where you are actually standing on top of a mosque. I saw these two women sitting and enjoying some quiet company in this beautiful spot as the sun was going down. It was every bit as peaceful as it looks in the picture. I wonder now about this place and what has become of it since the war began.
Two of a kind!
by Betsy Coxwell
(Niceville, FL, USA)
This was a new born photo shoot and the Grandmother was there and this picture was just precious!
by Linda Slade
(Guelph, Ontario, Canada)
Meet Dillon the dog and Casey the cat. Unfortunately, Dillon is no longer with us, which makes this twosome all the more special for myself and owners, Sandi and Freeman. I laid out on the floor with my camera, in front of the pair, one afternoon this past summer while they were having an afternoon rest in the sunshine coming through the front door of the cottage. Rest in peace dear Dillon.
Come dance with me
by Manfred Meilinger
(Wasaga Beach, ON, Canada)
Two real life teddy bears frolicking at the Toronto Zoo. It was a joy to watch their playful games. They seemed to have a lot of fun with the first snow of the season in 2011.
Two partners chatting together..
(St-Calixte, Qc., Canada)
These two best friends love to go outside and chat.. They are quite confident of each other.. The Arabian horse is my partner's horse and the Quarter horse is mine... They are enjoying the cool air and the beautiful scenery..
Dead Trees Dancing
***DECEMBER 2012 WINNER***
These 2 dead trees have danced together in the wind for ever, at a beautiful place called Dead vlei .Sossusvlei Namib desert Namibia. To capture the light like this you have to be there VERY early in the morning, as it creeps over the huge dune at the back. It had just rained hence the green fuzz on the red sand.
Shadow of Love
by Gary A. Wiesner
(Hillsborough, NJ USA)
Shadow of Love
While walking at Grounds for Sculpture in NJ, I saw the reflection of my wife and I on the wall. With no one around to take our photo I figured I would attempt to create this image. We are married for 21 years and this image has become a favorite of friends and family alike. Unique yet simple.
(Saskatchewan, Canada/Jalisco, Mexico)
I was relaxing in the backyard today,(camera within reach)when these two pals happened along to share some nectar and entertain me for a while.
"I do admire me"
by Wendy Reeve
When all else fails, there is always your reflection for company.
A different look at two's company.
A question: does the bottom of the mirror across the photo act as a barrier to the eye or does it work to emphasize that it is a mirror image?
by Mary Jane Hall
(Wainfleet Ont., Canada)
These two were settling down for nighttime. Mom was close by keeping an eye on the two of them.
Lets move closer
by YL Yee
(Mississauga, ON, Canada)
Just walking in Riverwood Park, Mississauga on a snowy day when I saw this wooden sculpture.
Two Old Pals
by Mabel Au
(Mississauga, Ontario, Canada)
I saw these two old ladies chatting at High Park one early morning during the full bloom season of the Cherry Blossoms. I am sure they were having a good time and enjoying each other's company.
by Bruce Kennedy
(Mississauga, ON, Canada)
Last year in Oaxaca, Mexico, I spotted this couple out for an evening stroll. Their dress and demeanour seemed to fit the theme perfectly. We all should be so fortunate in our advanced years!
by luba Citrin
(Thornhill, Ont., Canada)
Our lab Jasper was very happy with new addition to the family - Roxi.
This photo was taken on a day Roxi arrived. She is a little bigger now and bossing Jasper around, but they are great friends!
THE SAND MEETING
by Luis A Vera
(Laflin, PA USA)
THE SAND MEETING
THE SANDS OF NORTHWEST PUERTO RICO; ON A WARM JUNE DAY THESE FOOTPRINTS MAKE A STATEMENT AS TO COMPANY.
NO THESE ARE NOT TWO ONE LEGGED WALKERS, I OPTED TO KEEP THE LEFT SIDE OUT.
THANK YOU FOR LOOKING AND LETTING ME SHARE MY PHOTOS WITH YOU.
He and she..
by Minu Karthika Ganesan
Hand on sword, foot forward..still takes time to lend her an ear!!!
Among hundreds of sculptures at Schonbrunn Palace, Vienna.., this one here captured my mind..and i captured it with my camera!!!
(Fort Erie, Ontario, Canada)
Just love how this beautiful lady is in control!!! She really entertained me.
Callie and Zoey "The Girls"
by Jeff Gwynne
(Wellington, FL, USA)
Callie and Zoey are sisters and playmates. They are golden retrievers and so we refer to them as The Golden Girls. Or, if they are being rascals they are called out as GIRLS! We love our girls because they bring us so much joy.
by David Colton
(San Diego, CA, USA)
A sunset stroll at Pacific Beach, San Diego
by Coralie Smith
(Motueka, New Zealand)
Gone but not forgotten
A local woodcarver has captured the now extinct mother and child moa and made them appear in the present. Thousands pass this way as they start their journey on the Abel Tasman National Park track in New Zealand.
Moa once walked here too but today they just look on with a slightly startled look at the passing parade.
Two Halves Make A Heart
by David C. Johnson
Last week we took the 7th grade to Marsa Alam on the coast of the Red Sea for a lesson in biomimicery. The trip included snorkeling and a camp-out in Wadi Gemal (Valley of the Camels), an old trade route through the Middle East. After a five kilometer hike through the desert the kids were ready for some fun so we climbed a near-by hill to watch the sunset.
I believe the above photo is an expression of an unspoken relationship between the world and unadulterated innocence.
After many attempts to enhance this photo (outside of resizing), I decided the original image is better than any altered version. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. DJ