This weeks challenge asks us:
This week, we’re proposing something a little different to celebrate the end of the year. Instead of a specific theme or topic, we invite you to share your most meaningful photo from 2017.
So here are three photos taken from a set taken while in Cornwall in September this year. I’ve used photos from this set before for the Weekly Challenges, but not yet got around to editing the entire set. There was some lovey light to be found on this trip and the results are fast becoming some of my favorites from 2017. Wishing you all a splendid new year.
Nine Maidens of Boskednan
St. Ives harbour
This weeks Challenge asks us to post a photo of a place with ambience.
So here are two photos taken during last years visit to Cornwall (which is the series of photos I am currently working on). The first exploring ambience created by light, the second exploring, and I am going to be unashamedly hippy about this – the vibe of the place.
Sunset at Carbis Bay :
Magic at Zennor Quoit:
Here is my entry for this week’s Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge with the challenge of Cherry on top.
This is a photo taken last October, in a rather nice tea shop, in St Ives, cake was eaten!
The challenge set this week is to post a picture of your Happy place – “Where do you go when you need to think? What do you do when you need to restore yourself, to ready yourself to take on the coming week with energy and verve? How do you get your sense of humor back? How do you recharge your groove?”
Those of you who know me, or just follow me here may guess what my picture will be of this week – Cornwall, Wales, Ancient sites, the Sea, the Forests, the Mountains, Dancing, Music, Spirituality, Love, Karen. Any one of those help me through the daily grind and inspire the creativity within.
So what will I choose from these words?
This is taken at St Ives, Cornwall, looking out to the sea, at the liminal space between day and night, the land and sea, the ancient and the more recent.
You can see other entrants to this challenge here.
Well I have been rather busy of late, and thus I’ve had little time to blog. So for a first image of 2015 one of my favourite places on this planet – St. Ives. It just so happens it’s of a little back road at night, and so eligible for Cee’s Black & White Challenge “Roadscapes” this week.
Today was spent at Tate St. Ives looking at photos by Kiyohiko Komura, Geraldo de Barros, Claude Cahun, Laszlo Moholy-Navy, and Harry Callahan.
Running until 10th of May 2015, and well worth a look.