Living in South Florida, there is color everywhere. The ocean, flowers, sky and buildings too. These colors are breathtaking; vibrant, alive and calming at the same time
What’s behind door #1 or door #2?
Looking for architectural elements, I looked around the neighborhood, searching for an elements that reflected an earlier time. There are many buildings and shops built in the 1950’s in the area. I came across this old barbershop. When I walked around, I saw these two skinny doors and thought it was fascinating. The building has recently been sold and being remodeled to be a law office. There’s a story behind these twin doors.
Create a certain mood and communicate an idea that transcends its subject.
Last week, I went out to dinner at a local waterside restaurant. With camera in hand, I used the railing as a tripod and played around with the settings to capture a few night shots. It was nighttime, although the photo and the setting used made it light up. So fun to experiment and see new results. I love it! Oh, and I really love my boyfriend as he tolerates me taking photos pretty much everywhere we go.
Today, capture an image of warmth, using the sun as your source.
Living in the sunshine state, I thought this would be an easy assignment but I wanted to show a different side. The sun is out often here and figured this was a different portrayal of the sun. This type of roof is called a bimini vaulted ceiling. It was taken at a local restaurant and loved the look of the light shining up and enveloping the room beautifully.
This photo intrigues me for some reason, so I’ve included it. Taking a daily walk with my dogs, I usually have my phone or a camera with me as I’m constantly looking for something unusual or unique to photograph. The color and the lines kept my interest, so perhaps yours too?