I liked the action work. I am sure that is because I have children :)
You MUST click on this picture to make it larger. My daughter was practicing writing her letters in flour, then clapping the flour off of her hands. You can see the flour dust flying off of her hands. I am very happy I caught it!
We kept this monarch caterpillar in a jar and she (I was informed she was a she) came out of her chrysalis this week. She was the perfect opportunity for an implied action shot as she exercised her wings.
I think panning will be really fun and very handy at my children's various athletic events! Can you tell my daughter loves to have a good time?
Here are my runners up this week:
Frozen Action: I love pictures of leaves being thrown in the air. But the flour won over.
Panning: My best panning shots had the subject on the left, which works great because it implies movement through the picture. The reason for this is my focus point was on the left side. I have since learned how to move it--thanks Brooke :)