Another cracking sunrise on a day when I’m at work.
Back to some lines and curves today.
I noticed a rather large spider crawling down the wall in my office and took this on the off-chance it might be worthy of today’s shot. I’m quite pleased with how it’s turned out and the black and white conversion has given it quite an arty feel, along with the blur of spider movement.
If I don’t manage to shoot anything during the day, these cold and wet winter nights are proving a challenge to get a shot. I’ve got a few ideas stored up and ready to fall back on, but these are rapidly running out. Today’s shot is one off the list and it is of my son’s blanket, which is so soft even I would love to fall asleep in it.
I didn’t get chance to take any shots outside today, so here’s some cake made by my wife for her dad’s birthday.
Last night the rain came and the snow went but this morning a nice burst of sun cast vivid shadows on the ground.
The snow is due to disappear over the weekend so I had to grab one more shot of it before the rain comes. I’ve been looking at this area of snow all week and thinking there was a picture in there somewhere and today I decided it was these animal footprints that would be the focus.
Another day, another wing mirror shot. I couldn’t resist this one though as the sunset this afternoon was amazing as I left work. Mixed emotions again though as I wish I was photographing it properly.
The snow continues to fall while I’m sat in traffic on the way to work. There’s never traffic going in the opposite direction is there?
This morning was one of those days when I wished I was nestled in a pre-determined location with full camera gear, checking and rechecking composition and settings, wrapped up warm, flask of tea close to hand, waiting for the light. Instead, I had to make do with taking this through my car window on the way to work.