This image is a combination of three separate images taken durring natures fall season. I particularly like this image because it draws a parallel between the naked branches and the warm fall leaves. Although they are all compositionally different, their similarities are displayed positioning them in close proximity to eachother.
This image while similar to the one above in theme, embodies apposing qualities in that it displays contrasting seasons. The warmth of the orange leaves is held in comparison to the lush green moss and ice cold pine needles. In this instance, the contrasting colors contribute to convey different moods by themselves. That are then emphasized by the comparison of the three separate images.
This image displays an abstract scheme of similarities in both the circular subjects and the colors that surround them. Upon the initial view of the image, very few similarities are visible. However, as you look deeper, both images share introverted colors and shapes.
This diptych compares two different sections of Portland's own water front, one durring the day and one durring night. Their opposing color schemes are directly contradicting, however their similarities are emphasized by their shared water line.