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 has challenged us with:
DAYLIGHT is this week’s theme for Sunday Stills.
Each winter solstice we go out and greet the rising sun, we make the transition from almost darkness to daylight, passing through that liminal space in-between.
Some years we feel, rather than see the Daylight.
‘Solstice mist’, Brynna common, 2017.
And some years we see Daylight arrive in all its glory.
‘Morning has broken’, Brynna common, 2016.
This week Ann-Christine, Leya hosts the Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, and she asks us to post based on the following:
Did something totally unexpected happen today? Did you meet someone unexpected at the grocery store, or did you find something in an unexpected place …or, maybe You are up to something unexpected?
In August 2018 we took an unexpected visit to Nash Point, its actually not far from where we live but we had never been before. It turned out to be an unexpected magical place, and that was before the unexpected, well for us anyway, sea mist started to roll in.
‘Nash Point Mist’, Nash Point, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, 2018. (6 photo panoramic stitch)
‘Sailing around Nash Point’ – Nash Point, Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales, 2018.
Stones in the mist.
Continually wiping droplets from the lens.
Misty stones and misty glasses.
Somewhere in Cornwall the autumnal mist rolls in.
Travel theme: Autumn