There is so much ‘out there’ that inspires me. I wouldn’t know where to being to whittle it down to anything specific and much of it is very much a ‘moment’ thing.
Though, a dominant inspiring force for me is nature. Observing clouds, seasonal changes and weather patterns is almost as natural to me as breathing.
So I’m sharing one of my wild sunset images with you this week.
It was so weird, it blew me away!
No Photoshop, no filters, just as it was – in that moment.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Inspiration.”
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Half and Half.”
It always feels like an amazing triumph when having been in the right place at the right time for an amazing shot, when I get back to the computer to check the image, it’s a good one. Hallelujah!
As for contrast, I simply love weather like this which just oozes contrast. So much like life itself.
The beautiful Loch Lomond in the Scottish Highlands, on a still day with Ben Lomond resplendent in the distance.
This image was captured on a long journey south from the Highlands of Scotland down to England. It was a long day as there were so many excellent moments for stopping and taking yet another photograph.
But this one I have cherished ever since. Whilst driving alongside Loch Lomond, the sun going down, I saw her, lying down in the water, the moon behind her, or, are they the edges of wings? She had a golden shawl adorned with a bow and still to this day I do not know if she is looking at me or looking away.
It was truly a magical moment.
In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “On the Way.”