Hello everyone. Today’s photo blogging prompt… “Architecture”. Well, that was an easy target. Joe and I love our 95 year-old craftsman bungalow. We are only the third owners of this grand home, and it’s beautiful inside, and out. I could have shown you photos of the original woodwork inside. Mrs. Groves had the foresight to apply 15 coats of varnish to the trim and doors, so aside from a few minor dings, they are as perfect as they were back in 1919.
I chose to go outside. It’s been pretty cold here, but today is a bit of a break from that. I took several totes of recycling to the local center, and I shot 38 photos of our home, all in black and white. (a suggestion from the photo blogging assignment team)
I chose two images. One for the literalists, and one is a bit more abstract thinking.
Let me know in the comments which image you like better.
Hello everyone. One of the great things about blogging is to engage with other bloggers. I’ve been checking out some great photos and also some cool writers blogs. One such blogger posted a really neat close up photo of a piano. More specifically the insides of a piano. You can find the photos at https://wordpress.com/read/post/id/36807166/103/
What caught my attention was the way the light played across the different parts. The strings, the pins, and the felt all had different reaction to the light.
We should translate these ideas into our quilt projects. How is the light going to bounce across the patches? How does it look up close? Is it dynamic when viewed from a distance? Don’t be afraid to think about these types of questions. There isn’t usually a right/wrong idea. Develop your own eye for what looks good to you. Your admirers will take notice.
I decided to add a little poll for my readers. I’ll keep track, and I’ll update the results in a future post. Click here to take my 30-second poll.
I hope this journey is inspiring to you. Thanks again to GrayDaysAndCoffee for inspiring me.