Posts Tagged Project 365
This one is dedicated to my partner. She’s a lover of crafts, and needs to look after something, when she’s not looking after her lummox of a boyfriend. The crochet is her handiwork, and the colours always remind me of her.
The settings of this piece is quite unexpected, all things considered. The sculpture which I used as subject is actually outside a supermarket, but the way it reflected the traffic I thought looked pretty interesting.
The time of year for Christmas shopping has arrived, and after wandering around through several photogenic streets, I settled on the clock tower at the end of corporation st.
It wasn’t even that late, but winter is coming and that means darkness and is not the friend of the photographer, and I was in such a hurry in the local suburban quaint village part of the city, stopping for a picture unfortunately slipped my mind. But nevertheless, I am pleased Skye the Shetland sheepdog made an apparence other than that inside the house!
On my way home tonight, I was rounding the top of my road and saw the bright evening sky silhouette the large tree which stands there.
Winter is a pain for photographs. I work full time so I can’t get out while it’s light, so weekdays until the school holidays are going to be pretty lightless… as such, my house is probably going to have to be a good enough subject! It’s a good thing that there’s so much weird stuff in here.
Okay so I have taken almost this exact picture before, but the time of year changes and so do the colours presented by the morning sky at my bus stop.
They sit on my partner’s desk, and something about them looked right to me. They represent opposites, black and white in colour but also hard and glassy on one case and soft and malleable on the other.
The flowers currently on the mantlepiece in the lounge were a gift from me to my partner. I am not a great buyer of flowers, and perhaps that corridor of romantic gifts is one I should explore a bit more… she liked them a lot, after all!