Cape Shank kite surfer.
I took this photograph on one of my blissful days out with my daughters.
As part of Day five’s task, we were meant to take the rule of thirds into consideration. This photo was the closest I could find to fit both the solitude theme, and the rule of thirds. I’m not sure it hits the thirds mark.
What do you think?
Lack of time has forced me to use old photos for my Day four and five’s photos, although the purpose of this exercise was to make me use my camera every day, it just doesn’t seem to be working out that easily. Things can only look up.
Bliss is what I feel when I’m extremely happy, and I find it often in my life. Little things like a flower I love growing where I didn’t expect it, or the warmth of the summer sun on my skin, or a clear starry night are all blissful experiences for me. and big things like my grandson’s face when he’s sleeping, or spending time with my children, or the magnificent sunsets we often see from our home.
I struggled to choose what to photograph for this task, and I was running very late, so I pulled out this image from February.
I love water! I like to immerse myself in it, soak in it, paddle, play, and swim in it. I like it as rain, mist, steam, or frozen. I like to look at it in the sea, the rivers, creek beds, puddles, and ponds, and I love to drink it, especially when it’s Melbourne water.
This image combines two of my watery loves, our wonderful drinking water and the faint view of the sea behind it.
I also love the way it reflects, and the distortion of the reflection when looking through it in different shaped glass containers.
When I change the orientation of the image, there’s a third watery image – the pond below our deck.
Fresh drinking water, the sea, the pond, and the reflections.
I’m running a day late, but hope to catch up over the weekend.