It’s a while since I have participated in what’s happening photo-wise on wordpress, however, I hope to be more involved in 2014. My interpretation for this challenge ‘Object’ is that I took in Melbourne, Australia on a flight path out of the local international airport. I thought this photo was appropriate because the ‘object’ is not obvious, which draws the viewer into the photo: what is the object? The negative space, the clouds, or the actual piece of metal at the bottom of the image. Since we all tend to associate objects with a ‘thing,’ or several inanimate things.
I love the challenge that this mixture of perspectives bring.
This post is part of the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge…. check out more entries here.
This image was taken at the end of the driveway on my 10 acre property overlooking the adjacent farm. The horizon is a constant source of change and dare I say it…inspirational. What’s more, the cloudscapes are magical.
Other submissions to this weekly challenge can be seen here http://dailypost.wordpress.com/2013/10/25/weekly-photo-challenge-horizon/
Here are a few cloud images taken from my front yard taken over the 2013 Summer.
This was taken in Melbourne, Australia as a Summer storm had passed. I’ve tried to capture the sense of distance and uncertainty.
Stormchaser. digital photograph. Nikon D90.
Here are some images that I shot this evening….there is a (small) mountain close by which offers a micro climate of clouds and other climate ‘symptoms’…
Here are a few photos – after an hiatus – of what I love to shoot, which is essentially anything while ‘looking up.’
Hope you like these shots of clouds, they form the beginning of a cloudscape project that I’m undertaking throughout 2012.
Considering that the vast majority of what I take photos of consist of ‘looking up’ here is my latest visual rendezvous of having my head in the clouds.
Here are some cloudscape photographs which capture Mother Nature at her ominous best.