To get a fill-up on awe, amazement, and wonder, have a look at the photos at the link below.
Absolutely incredible, what we don’t see.
I’ve been having photographer’s block, ladies and gentlemen. But this week’s Photo Challenge caught my eye, and a new (to me) blogger who thinks my photos are pretty good, gave me a little kick in the inspiration. Traveling to pick-up my mother, and having her visit for two weeks, also inspired a couple of the photos due to the drive down to Volusia County, and back to Melrose. Twice. I’m only going to post one photo, pertaining to “light” in photography. There are a few more which pertain to light, but in a more metaphorical way than what the challenge is looking for; I think. It will also give me another opportunity for an additional post, later in the week, maybe.
For this week’s photo challenge, I give you my version of light in photography. Captured in the early morning, this past week.
After spending the past three months drifting between the homes of generous family and friends, my daughter and I finally moved into our own home, a little over a week ago. And we’ve been busily creating a very “girly” environment. Enjoying “playing house” and making it “perfect”, in every way; while settling in and adjusting to the new flow of this life. More deliciously southern living, and life on the lake.
Here are a few shots of the phenomenal sunsets, on Lake Santa Fe.
Our neighbour’s across the street from where we live. Their backyard offers just one of the most amazing views of this gorgeous spring-fed lake.
One of the things we look forward to, every day… sunset.
I have some fabulous obsessions! If I do say so myself.
To my equally phenomenal family and friends, “Thank You”. Life-long friends, new and old, near and far, Thank You.
For without your love, support, and encouragement through the not so sunny days, and stormier weather, this new life would never have even set sail.
At the Waldo, Florida flea market.
Church bus, around Gainesville, Florida.
(photo from a previous post)
Playing with colour and saturation for the Weekly Photo Challenge