At least that’s how it looks to me 🙂 I had a glass mixing bowl shatter in the freezer and I thought some of the pieces would make great props for a shoot, and I think I was right! This isn’t the first time I’ve shot using junk or ‘garbage’ for this project; it’s amazing what you can do with simple stuff lying around (or that is no longer useful for it’s intended purpose)
Monday’s begin the crazy days where I usually don’t get to pull out my camera before 10 pm left me with limited ways to celebrate my 100th post. So, I thought: it’s gonna be dark out, why not try some basic light painting? And what better to paint than “100”?
Well, it being late and after a full day, I didn’t spend the effort to get any fabulous shots (I thought I had some sparklers left, but they ended up being fire crackers. With fire danger being high this week, I didn’t feel up to that risk). So, day 100 is here, and soon to pass. Regardless of what these photos look like, I am happy that I’ve made it to 100 w/o missing a single day of shooting!
Looking back over the the past 100 days, I can’t help but be pleased with many of my photos, and even more pleased with the growth I’ve had in my skill and creativity. I can’t wait to see what I’m doing by day 200!
Edit: here is a nice 30 min exposure of star trails, Too much light pollution here, but I like anyway 🙂
Since I’m busy working on a paper due tomorrow today (I only had 2 paragraphs started, out of 3-5 pages needed done before today), I didn’t have much time to do any photography. I was going to try and shoot something w/ my iPhone (which I just got today), but I’m not familiar enough w/ it to try to get ‘fancy’ 🙂
But I remember that I have my LED strands hanging from the banister rail to straighten them, so I thought maybe I could just swing them like a pendulum and take a longer exposure and see what happened. I know it’s a lot of photos posted, but I couldn’t pick out just one or two; I like a lot of them 🙂 Not bad for a last-minute idea, IMO.