Light that create a shadow -different sides of the same coin:) I love the structure of shadows on the wall and the possibility to create different structures, playing with different light and source of light. Of course the shadow is also created by the object in focus. These components are one of the central things in photography, when I take photos indoors. I think it’s similar to all artistic expressions, that it is all about playing with and interpreting the surroundings. Fun and enjoyable!
This post is a interpretation of the theme in the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. I hope you enjoy the picture and if you would like to see more photos of shadows please click here.
Not by purpose though… But it is rather awesome to have these lovely flowers inside, they bring color into our house.
When we where taking some of our pots with citrus inside for the winter, we where surprised…
In one of the pots a new plant started to grow, and grow. It turned out it was the beautiful Morning Glory that was growing in our living room. A miracle that reminds us of summer and warmer days. On the photos in this post the flower where bathing in sunlight, the late morning light in October. Such a survivor, nature always finds its ways and I love it.
I first discovered these flowers in A small town i south of France. I fell in love with this colorful flowers, and since I have been growing them in my garden during summer. Some might say they behave like weeds, but I like them anyway:)
Tema 23/365 i fotoutmaningen. Dagens tema är ljussken. Ljussken kan komma från många olika källor men solen är väl den mest kraftfulla av dem alla, så vitt vi vet… Och den vackraste, åtminstone när den reflekteras i vattnet.
Theme 23 of 365 in my photo challenge. It is time for a “light”. Light might come from a lot of sources but the sun, I guess the most powerful of them, as we know… At least it is the most beautiful one, at least when the light reflects in water.
Swedish people is always concerned about the weather. We talk about it almost everyday and everywhere. That means in the pub, in the office, in schools… I think it might have something to do with the fact that we can almost never trust the weather. There is just a few weeks of really great summer weather if we are lucky:)
And now for a few weeks we have had some shaky days with rain, sun, thunder, hail… Often when evening comes the rain stop and the sun breaks through all the clouds. And for me who loves great scenes and views this is awesome. The light is magic these evenings and the air feels all fresh. Some dramatic dark clouds combined with some sun makes wonderful subjects!
Another evening I visited our archipelago, and spotted some more dramatic skies. The rain stopped just before I arrived, and the sun came through. I enjoyed that visit a lot, below you can see some of the photos:
Mornings are so beautiful, all fresh and pure. The new day begins and gives us new opportunities. One day is like the life from birth do death, the morning sun is waking us up to the new life:) Last sunday I woke up and found that the sun was shining:
I decided to go to see the morning light at the harbor. I rushed away with my camera and got there when the sun was almost covered by clouds… But not the whole sun:
This is a sauna, floating in the water, very nice in the summertime:
I also found some interesting materials with different structure, they make a great contrast and even a nice picture, I think.
I just love to see the effect of sunlight on leaves. It is sort of nature as it’s best. Leaves are transparant and thin, the light goes right thru it. That makes great photos, sometimes a bit abstract and also artistic.
Here are a few examples of photos I have taken, often whit the sun in front of me. Makes it a bit tricky to get details, sometimes it can be a lot of silouttes and shadows, wich I wants sometimes, but not in theese cases.
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There is so much beauty in this world to enjoy and share. I can't get enough of admiring photos from all corners of the world. This blog is my contribution to this great treasure.
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