Posted on December 29, 2014
“Warmth” certainly gives plenty of scope for interpretation.
Below is one take on it: an image from a few years ago of a very small and very warm grandson surrounded by very warm colours in a children’s playground in Abu Dhabi (it was October: trust me, it was warm).
For a completely different take on “warmth”, here is my contribution on this topic for last month’s ‘Photography 101’ challenge.
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Posted on November 28, 2014
My grandson triumphantly raises his arms as his bowling ball heads down the lane for a strike.
As a point of information, this is the boy who was taking a peek at his brother here.
Oh, and the plaster cast came about after he jumped out of a tree. As any self-respecting six-year old would, obviously.
Posted on November 27, 2014
These popped up together earlier this year in a window box that had been sewn with an unspecified seed mixture.
Respecting the brief for today’s challenge, the image has been rotated 90° anti-clockwise into a landscape view, which certainly looks more compelling than the ‘as shot’ portrait mode (look at it sideways and you’ll see what I mean).
Posted on November 26, 2014