Sometimes it’s the little things in life that add a bit of dazzle to the everyday. Pearls, hearts and other baubles turn the ordinary into extraordinary. Here’s some sparkling treasures. Get up, dress up, and show up.
The setting itself is the star. This was photograph on a hot, humid summer morning. Humidity hung in the air like a wet blanket.
I had to keep putting the lens up to the fan in the car to de-fog it. It’s not a ‘land’ scape, but kind works as the setting being the star of the photograph
Playing with scale. At first, this task threw me for a loop. The more and more I thought about it, it became fun. I picked up my camera at the office today, and got inspired by what I saw. The size of the figurine against the framed poster I think captured the assignment.
Did I get it?
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.