Day Nine: Warmth & the Quality of Light

Today’s challenge was more difficult than it initially appeared. I thought about a nice sunset but that seemed a bit obvious. Then of course, it would have to be an archive as we haven’t seen hide nor hair of that elusive orange round warm thing for what seems like weeks.

Today, capture an image of warmth, using the sun as your source. And if the sun is nowhere to be found, don’t worry! You can interpret warmth in a different way.

Even some sunsets don’t necessarily convey warmth. And shots taken on a warm summer’s day don’t always look warm either. There is generally a lot of blue, green and even grey in a lot of the shots I’ve taken even when they are bright and cheerie.

This image of Kitty was taken at the end of the day, she was enjoying the last rays of the setting sun, its beautiful orange glow reflected in her furry coat.


4 thoughts on “Day Nine: Warmth & the Quality of Light”

  1. I love cats! but don’t have one. Thanks for sharing yours with the world. She’s beautiful!! She looks a little like a Scottish wildcat which are so rare noone sees them much anymore around here.


    1. Thanks for the feedback. I have to confess though, that she isn’t my cat, she belongs to a friend of mine. I am catless at the moment as my last two are no longer with us, well in the flesh! Though the neighbours cats call in regularly for some tlc and titbits, but, sshhh, don’t tell anyone.


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