What a nice surprise!
One of the images I made while in Nova Scotia was created with a technique called Intentional camera Movement or ICM. It can give a very impressionistic or painterly or ethereal look to an image and is fun to do (It can also create a lot of messy images too so trial and error is a big part of it and just playing with a sense of fun).
Lo' and behold, there's a Facebook page devoted to this technique (why am I surprised?!) and it's such an inspiration to see all the different subjects and ways of moving the camera and possibilities! So I posted a couple and got some nice feedback. Then the surprise...it was chosen by the admins of the page as one of the photo of the day on June 7!
Here's the collage they put together and posted for all page members to see. The original image can be seen HERE:
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