This weeks challenge asks:
Your inspiration this week is windows. Use a window to frame your shot. Show us what you see out the window from the place where you usually blog, use a window to give structure to your photo, or make a window itself your subject.
To get more creative, use the glass in a window to add texture to your photo. And if you feel like being metaphorical, go for it! Share an image focused on someone’s eyes (the windows to the soul, dont’cha know), or of a landscape or piece of art that’s like a window to another world for you.
Well I’m editing photos from this years visit to the lake district at the moment, and I noticed this one, a window within a window, and some pretty flowers to go with it. Obviously not a place I blog from, however I do tend to use a photo from whatever the current set of photos I am working on is to blog. And in this case the window may be the subject, but it also frames the inner shot.
This was taken at Blackwell the arts and crafts house, well worth a visit.
This week Cee asked:
“This week the topic is Candid Shots(human or animal). I want to see photographs unposed people, family, friends, pets, animals in the wild. I’m looking forward to what you all decide to post. ”
So here is an ‘almost’ Candid shot of Karen at Birkrigg stone circle in the Lake district, almost because I know she was aware I was taking shots around her.
“This week the topic is Shadows. Let’s see what is hiding within the shadows. Shadows in black and white can be so dramatic. I’m looking forward to what you all decide to post. I just want you to have some fun with your photography.”
So I am just embarking on editing the photos from our trip to the Lake District in May this year, and yes I admit I took rather a few photos, so I thought I would take a look through them to see what I could come up with for this challenge.
I found a few that would have worked, items in shadow, or the play of dappled sunlight on ancient stones or water. However I rather liked this one, a shot of the national trust property ‘Townend’ at Troutbeck. Shot from out of the shadows, so I’ve not really shown you what was in the shadows, as that was me, but the shot still had enough shadow in it for me to think it fit the bill.
Its a 4 photo stitch shown below in a much reduced size – but still around 1000×3000 if you click on it.