For this photo challenge, publish an image that conveys serenity
Low-light photography can be difficult to get right, but sometimes the absence of light can make for a compelling, dramatic photograph. Experimenting with shadows can be a fun and rewarding way to push yourself to try something new with your camera and your surroundings, and look beyond the obvious shot.
Pembrokeshire Winter shadows.
I live by the ocean in West Wales and these photo’s of the sunset and the pups were taken this week in the winter sunshine. The photograph with the house as a shadow was at sunrise. I hope you like them. As always click the photo to enlarge.
It’s trickier to take pictures at night, but the rewards are well worth it.
What nocturnal photos do you like taking? Whether it’s a starry sky, a street lamp, or the shadows cast by your cat, share them with us. Your shot can be outdoors or indoors, blurry or crisp, overexposed or ominously dark. As every owl (and night owl) knows, nighttime is when the real action starts.
Nighttime falls in Pembrokeshire.
We’ve all heard that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Do you agree? is all beauty contingent on a subjective point of view?
I live in a very beautiful place right beside the ocean, to me the surroundings are very beautiful.
I find that the sweet peas in my garden are beautiful
But nothing is as beautiful as these three darlings