This week in the Lens-Artists Weekly Photo Challenge, the challenge is “Five Elements”. This week you have an opportunity to interpret metal, wood, water, fire, and/or earth with your favorite photos to express “…the only home we’ve ever known”. Feel free to choose one, two… or all five elements. Lens-Artists Photo Challenge #47: Five Elements I’ve…… Continue reading Elemental Nature
I’m back to my normal life of work etc after holidaying down in Bournemouth with my sister. So I’m cheering myself up by remembering these lovely fiery blooms from Compton Acres last week:
When I saw the theme was yellow this week, it seemed perfect! I have more photos from the other day when I was mesmerised by my candle, and there’s definitely a lot of yellow going on… In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Yellow.”
Not really on fire of course, but the colours of these flowers are like fire in the beautifully planted Lower Gardens in Bournemouth. The Upper Gardens are more wild and lovely in a different way but in the Lower Gardens its more formal with neatly planted beds. The colours were looking vibrant a couple of…… Continue reading Gardens on Fire
The moss on the wall near our house looked like it was on fire yesterday with the sun shining on it. It was quite hard to photograph because the sun was so bright and photos ended up washed out or out of focus, but a few turned out ok.
Last night we experimented with photographing flames in the dark. These are my best shots. I’m particularly fond of that last one – the flame got blown by a breeze just as I took the photo, exposing the red hot wick, which makes for a bit of a different shot from the normal flame photos.
transfixed by fire in the sky mind stolen, seared through unable to wrench my eyes from this glorious vision drifting with the deep gold light drinking in the molten colours the world is nothing but a silhouette stark contrast with this wonder drench my soul with blazing glow rend the air with dazzling flames the hills ignite…… Continue reading Sunset Burns