I is for … Ice
The intricate design of ice crystals and ice formation is intriguing.
I’m linking this to Claudette’s weekly challenge , which explores the emotion behind our photos.
To mark six months of daily photos, I have treated myself to a clip on lens for my iPhone. The lenses are wide angle, fisheye, 10x and 15x zoom. Wow, what fun I’ve had. I’ve been taking close up photos of anything I can think off, jewellery, money, keys, flowers, food and this morning, outside in the frost.
So here are a few of my first attempts….
This week’s prompt is .. scale
The Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland is just stunning. One of natures masterpieces.
This sculpture by Louise Bourgeois is 9 meters tall.
The photo is taken at Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao but I first saw this spider at the opening of Tate Modern in London.
The Kelpies in Falkirk, Scotland is another unexpected yet beautiful sculpture, in daylight or at night. In local folklore, these giant water horses guard the canals of the region.
This photo from the Paralympics 2012 reflects the scale of support, effort, energy, joy from athletes and spectators.
And to finish off the topic with 2 literal interpretations of the prompt, scale on the fish for our dinner the other night, and scale on a piano.
It’s just me and an iPhone but as I’m enjoying taking photos and trying to look at the world from new angles and viewpoints, I’m joining this challenge.
This week’s prompt is … depth.
A few recent photos and a beach one from our Australia trip (happy memories).