Posted on January 26, 2020
The setting sun gives a warm glow to the sky on what would otherwise be a chilly autumn evening. We were heading home – and that’s where the real warmth is.
I took this photo through the windscreen of our car. I would like to point out that I was not driving: I
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.
Posted on November 13, 2014
Although I’m as secular as they come, I do appreciate the architecture of churches and cathedrals.
Typically, though, the interiors of these buildings are largely of grey stone and emanate anything but warmth. However, this church, in the medieval town of Chauvigny, is an exception, especially when, as in this image, natural sunlight streams through the high windows above the altar.