Hello everyone. I’ve had a busy beginning to this Thanksgiving week. I am a few days behind on the Photo 101 challenges. I’m going to catch up now.
For Tuesday’s assignment, we were to photograph glass. Our house is filled with glass. To be specific, we both collect glassware, and our home has 47 windows.
I just finished sewing 80 more strip sets for my scrappy quilts, and turned off the main studio lights, thinking I’d head to bed.
However, I noticed the awesome fringe on this lamp, just outside my studio in the hallway. It’s late in the evening, so not much light in the upstairs hallway, except for one of the bulbs in this lamp. I love the effect that a lone light can play on the mood in the area.
I had to play with my camera. My favorite things about this photo…
1-the mood the light gives.
2-playing with the juxtaposition of in-focus strands against the out-of-focus ones in the background.
3-the way the layers just lure you into the center of the lamp.
I hope you enjoy this photo too. Have a great night on this Thanksgiving Eve!
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3 thoughts on “Glass Fringe”
beautifully composed !! 🙂
Love this shot, such dimension. You’re right it draws into the picture.