On one hot December afternoon I was seating in my garden. The sun was high and strong, the air still. It was really hard to move in such penetrating heat. Even the birds were silenced, I imagined they were high in the trees, statue like, breathing with open beaks. Light was too bright to read, even in the shade of an umbrella. So instead I watched the ice-cubes in my glass.
At first I was fascinated by lines and reflected colours.
Then by the texture of melting ice.
After a while, I started to notice shapes and some figures appeared in my images.
Finlay when the ice nearly melted, I’ve spotted this little “ice monster”.
Hi Everyone! Welcome to October! This is an exciting challenge as I am joining hundreds of other bloggers for a 31 day series. Each blogger chooses a topic to write on for 31 days straight. My topic is 31 days Inspired by Impressionism. There will be some movies to watch, music to listen, inspirational quotes, some challenges and of course plenty of impressionist photography.
Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.