When taking the photo of my feather for the repurpose challenge a few weeks ago, I’d been using the light from a nearby lamp. At the same time, this lamp was also casting this shadow on the mirror.
By simply moving my position I was able to photograph the feather within the shadow. It created an entirely different feel to the original photo of the white and fluffy feather.
A few weeks ago, Miss Thirteen and I drove to a nearby town for both a day out and to purchase school supplies. This 140km drive is one of the most beautiful drives and on this particular morning it did not disappoint!
There’s just something so magical about fog over the water. Fortunately the traffic was light allowing me to stop along the way for the occasional “photo op” such as this one. I was so focused on the fog only now am I seeing the flowers in the foreground, lol.
This calm water created nature’s very own mirror, reflecting all the glorious surroundings. And now it gives me the perfect submission for the Daily Post’s Weekly Photo Challenge of… mirror!
This was one of those fluke shots last month when I just happened to be up for a nature break. As I glanced out the window before climbing back into bed this is what I happened upon.
It was one of those rare, magical moments I would have normally slept through, completely oblivious as to the beauty that was just outside my door.
Although I have to say, as I stood out on our back deck shivering in my pjs, I did question what the heck I was doing out there at that hour, lol!
Woo hoo, it’s that time again, it’s… One Photo Focus time. This challenge is hosted by the lovely Stacy Fischer of Visual Venturing and is where we all edit and manipulate the very same photo. LOVE IT!!!
Below is my submission of the photo offered this month by David Croker. My edits this month include a little cropping, adjusting the contrast, changing the colour for sepia, then adding a grunge-like frame (which I now wish was a tad narrower.)
Here is David Croker’s original photo offered for the June One Photo Focus challenge.
To see all the submissions for this month’s One Photo Focus challenge, please click on the badge below, you won’t be disappointed. And a big thank you yet again to Stacy for hosting this fabulous challenge!