I attended Art Wolfe’s Photography as Art seminar the day before leaving for a Charleston springtime photo trip. He covered many topics but I worked on finding and defining the negative space in images (rather than just concentrating on the subject) that he discussed.
Normally I shoot the live oak alley with all the azaleas at Magnolia Plantation (and I did those too) but actually like this different view. I found a shape between the trees that reminded me of a temple and moved to frame the 3rd live oak.
I found my photography going along an exciting path while in Charleston working in this way.
Keep being inspired and learning from others!