PHOTOGRAPHY CHALLENGE THURSDAY’S SPECIAL: REFLECTION Not surprisingly, I have many pictures where reflections are the primary focus of the picture. I wanted, as Paula suggests, to use something a little different, at least different for me. With that in mind,… Read More ›
When the water is still and the sun is bright, a pond or lake can be a mirror. Here is the world in mid-November, upside down. With ripples.
Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge: Glass Glass. Clear and foggy, reflective and opaque. Everywhere you look and even where you don’t.
The Mirror Crack’d – You wake up one morning to a world without mirrors. How does your life — from your everyday routines to your perception of yourself — change? No mirrors? How about a shiny car bumper or the… Read More ›
Texture – Guest photographer Natalia Maks invites you to find unexpected textures in the world around you. Textures is everywhere, part of everything. The absence of texture is itself texture. Sometimes, texture is the most important part of a photograph. More often, it… Read More ›
A little bridge over the creek the runs alongside our road. Reflections, water flowers, a summer afternoon.
Sunday May 11, 2014. It was the first bright, warm day with leaves showing on the trees and flowers blooming in the garden. A good day for a photo shoot. Welcome to the new season, at long last.