Archive for the ‘Colours’ Category

Tulips in yellow

tulips in yellow

Leek

leek

Paint on a stone

Stone paint lille

Snow on red

snow on red kopi

Leaving leave

blad kopi

Autumn

autumn leaves kopi

Light and shadow collage

shadow and light collage copyright Birgitte Tarding

Thank you for comments and likes to the past 20 “Light and shadow photos”, which were made to celebrate the 25th  assignment, made by by Scott Thomas.

Assignment 25 – Shadows created by sunshine

sunshine pattern on wood

sun at pilows

shadow on steps

What is my passion when it comes to photography? Scott Thomas has invited to join his 25th assignment, asking this question, which wasn´t easy to answer right away. Scott made a post with “some reference links for looking more into this thing called passion” and I was inspired by the article written by Scott Dickerson, who explain how he define the passion in photography. My answer will after reading this be something like “The shadows created by sunlight”. I almost can´t tell how many interesting and fun challenges this subject is given me, – but I will try – by posting 25 examples the next 25 days, – since this is the 25th assignment Scott has made.

Finally, I have a gift for Scott with many thanks for all the fun and good connections you have created.
Happy anniversary.
I hope you will continue this for many years.

present

 

(It´s all right to look inside!)

Fun with flowers

tulip 2

tulip 1

tulip 3

tulip 5

tulip 4 

When the lovely flowers you got from a dear person  start withering, don’t be sorry and especially don’t throw them away. Move the vase to a calm place instead, where the flowers undisturbed can unfold their drama, without risking that your visitors will get worried, about your apparently lost energy. The changes are both very interesting and – very photogenic. Let the sun shine through the petals, and enjoy the sight. Lately I found myself receiving a lovely bouquet of tulips, thinking “they will look beautiful…when they start withering.” Of course I enjoyed them as fresh flowers first, the withering fun started one week later, and it was fun – as you can see at the photos.

 

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