This weeks challenge from the Lens-Artists is:
This week, we invite you to explore Layers. You can include images of buildings, landscapes, seascapes, clouds, etc.
So my choices when faced with this sort of challenge are, do I find a photograph displaying many layers, maybe accentuated by depth of field, or do I layer a couple of photos up?
So while looking for a photo or photos to use, I saw a photo of some cliffs, which in turn reminded me to go and look through some photos I had taken last year. I think this fits the bill nicely , look at all those stratigraphic layers, only accentuated by the rolling in of the sea mist adding yet another depth layer to this shot.
‘Strata’, Nash point, 2018.
This week Teri challenged us with:
It seems like the right time to experiment with some layers for the Sunday Stills Photo Challenge this week.
An interesting wicker monk at Fountains abbey, layered up with the abbey itself, and a number of different textures.
‘Monk at Fountains’, Fountains abbey, 2019.
For this weeks Friday Fun we have been asked:
Layer upon layer, they might weave, compliment or contrast
but layers draw our attention
Whether through your lens or with creative writing … go where the prompt leads!
I sometimes feel I step back through the layers of history when I visit sites such as these, they always tend to be sited where the panorama is many layered, and they always lead me to explore the layers of my creativity.
‘Time, Landscape, Art’, Cairn Holy II, 2018.