Welcome to the month of October’s Wandering Camera linky party. This photography project has been a wonderful experience for me so far. I can’t thank you enough for visiting, for your lovely comments and for sharing your photos.
I experimented a lot with my camera in September. I took photos of subject matter that is new to me. I also played a lot with light, specially with sunlight. I like photographing into the sun to see what effect that has on my photos.
Here are my photos from the month of September –
1. Finally figured out the secret of growing basil
2. Box full of colours
3. Lighting up the evening
4. Flamenco dress
5. Venetian glass pens and ink from our Florence trip
6. Clock above the fireplace
7. Standing out
8. Couldn’t resist a paint named Venezia
9. Dreaming of hydrangeas in our garden
10. Intriguing shadow
12. Coal and steel captured in glass tiles
13. Dryburgh Abbey in watercolour
14. Making a quilt for my orange furball
15. Orange Sparklers
16. Melody awaits
17. Picturesque Napa by the river
18. Remedy for heatwave
21. Banned Books Week
22. Dredging the riverbed
23. Damaged post office building after the M6 earthquake of 2014
24. Life is back to normal in Napa now, for both residents and tourists
26. Fabric flowers
27. The state of my brain mirrored on my desk – both are sorted now :)
28. Wild flowers in our garden
29. Forest bokeh
30. Mopped-up oil paint, the start of next month’s painting projects
Working on Wandering Camera and creating the Lego Harry Potter quilt patterns is hardly leaving me any time for other sewing projects. I have a stack of printed patterns sitting on my desk, waiting to be stitched. However, while I was going through some old photos, I came across a few travel photos from the past. I had to sneak in a little bit of drawing time on the computer to create this pattern and share a little peek with you. Hopefully I will be able to sew it soon.
As I was compiling the sets, I was thinking how looking at every photo always evokes certain memories for me. Places, surroundings, sounds, activities, just to name a few.
Then I came across this video. Photography is so much more than just learning techniques. So instead of writing a tutorial today, I will leave you with this –
Update – Unfortunately the video has been removed from youtube.
How amazing is that!! Lets keep those shutters clicking. Now it’s your turn to share. I can’t wait to see your photos!!
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You can add any number of links to your posts from the previous month. The posts should have photos in them, with a story or anecdote. Your project photos (quilting, sewing, painting, knitting, etc.) are most welcome. You can also write a new post to link up. Please do not link up posts that are older than the previous month, they will be removed.
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