Summer mornings are often cool and quiet. I think the birds agree.
Sunrise with Harry. Every day the clouds and sky are different, and this reminds us too that every day and night is different too. Enjoy looking upwards for something different every day!
It’s amazing what happens when you surrender and concentrate on what you want. Things are starting to pan out so well for my images for my exhibition. I won’t be using this one, or any of the ones i post up here, but it’s all work towards the final images. October 28th is moving closer…
One Step at a Time
With so many files to work with, it’s nice to be able to play around and work on them and see how many steps I have made between the first files I shot and now. I love these colours, they are inviting and peaceful.
I have been out to La Perouse so many times and have shot so many images, I feel like i have enough material to work with for the next step which is working on the files and sending one off for a test print. The small test we did last week has given me a good guide on how to treat the files. This image is one of my favourites for the colour pics, and a good guide for how to treat my exhibition files.
Every day I marvel at the clouds, the sunrise and sunset. The colours are always changing and the depth of the sky is constantly breath taking.
This is a pic from yesterday afternoon whilst I was out shooting for my exhibition. I wasn’t thrilled with the pics I shot for the exhibition, too contrasty, but this shot was just one I took once the sun had dropped too low to shoot anymore and Harry and I were just enjoying the last light.
It was just an ordinary old Monday afternoon, and this is mother nature, reminding us all to take a breath and look upwards, and also inwards.
Happy Birthday Harry!
Happy Birthday Harry!
9 years today!
My little bestie always by my side when I’m out shooting for my exhibition, seems fitting to add her into the mix here.
This is her posing, of course, when we were recently out shooting.
I decided to play around with movement of the seagulls and have been enjoying the use of colour as well. This is possibly an addition to the black and whites to come in my exhibition. I love the lightness and flow through the image.