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.


Day Eight: Natural World & Leading Lines

All the rules went out of the window with this shot.

It was a slam the brakes on, pull off the road, find the camera.

Find the camera!

Click! Click! Click! Cli ……..

Pray that I captured it and it is as awesome as I experienced it.

Day 6: Connect & Tags – The Art of Pylonics

Connect – to link, to join, unite, I thought about these and more.

We connect visibly and invisibly.

Sometimes we are aware of it.

Sometimes we are totally unconnected to the realisation that we cannot not be connected.

For if there is no connection, there is no flow.

If there is no flow, there is no movement.

If there is no movement, there is no expansion.

If there is no expansion, there is no thing.

Day Five: Solitude & the “Rule of Thirds”

I love company, but equally I relish solitude. A space that I share with space itself.

I am most at home in nature but I always gravitate toward the sea.

Every beach has its own voice, its own song and I relish investigating a new beach or the same beach on a different day, wondering just how I am going to experience it and what I am going to hear that day.