This month, our Color Collaborative blog circle decided to shoot images featuring PINK. I must admit, I thought this would be a slam dunk given my daughter’s room is decorated with pink everywhere…not to mention her wardrobe! But interestingly, it turned out to be more of a challenge then I thought it would be. Thankfully…the trees in our backyard were in full bloom with some beautiful pink hues, and so I used these flowers as subjects to try and push my creativity a little bit. I hope you enjoy the month of May through my rose coloured glasses, and please follow along the blog circle to see how my wonderful collaborators captured this colour. Next up is the amazingly talented and my sweet friend, Erin Konrath!
Once again, the link to Erin’s work is HERE.
This month’s blog circle challenge was to capture SILVER in our images. I must admit, at first I was at a loss. Silver didn’t feel to me to fit with my standard vision of the vibrant colours I’m often drawn to in my work. But, as the month went on, I fell in LOVE with the magical feeling silver conveys in images. The shimmer and shine it creates, and it’s ability to reflect light, adds something special to an image. I hope you enjoy my month of SILVER, and I invite you to follow along the blog circle to see how others interpreted this amazing colour.
Next up is my great friend Heather Chang. She is not only an amazing person, but her photography work inspires me on a daily basis. To view Heather’s images, click HERE.
Once again, to follow along the blog circle, please head on over to Heather Chang’s page.
I’m so thrilled to be joining an amazingly talented group of photographers in a new blog circle project dedicated to COLOUR!!!! Each month we will be sharing how we creatively interpret colour in our lives.
This month, we kick off the project with a nod to the Irish. Below is a little peek into my son’s favourite colour: GREEN.
Please follow along the circle to see the rest of the images from my amazing collaborators, starting with Kara from June & Bear Photography.
Once again, here’s the link to Kara’s images: June and Bear Photography