A Bullseye, Almost
A photo of a few petals on a curb revealed this:
It’s one of those simple pieces that requires only a copy, flip and match to make you happy. Well, a few tweaks here and there, but that’s it, I swear.
I must be getting better at my photo taking ~ composing in such a way that inspires the digital work, because I can see where I could go with it. When I crop my subject in the viewfinder, however, it is sometimes hard to remember the total context later, or even what it is I took!
noun, plural -eyes.
1. the circular spot, usually black or outlined in black, at the center of a target marked with concentric circles and used in target practice.
Actually, it looks more like a bull than a bullseye. That’s my little wordplay (which sounds so much more sophisticated than pun). Can you see the eyes? If you can, it’s time to run.