Alone in the church with no lights on felt a bit like a guilty little kid trespassing as usual. But I never let that stop me before. This time I could take the pictures I wanted to. I’m usually photographing grandkids and nephews being baptized or making First Communion and weddings. Not this time. This time it was a very intimate setting.
Thanks to Robyn G for hosting this challenge on her Captivate Me blog! I did learn a lot from participating, generated a bunch of new shots and as a result came up with some good ideas for a new series!
4 thoughts on “Seeing Differently Challenge 2016-Last 5”
Janis, your challenge has been very wonderful to follow. Seeing what one can see through the lens of the camera when you choose to see differently is enlightening. Very interesting pictures.
Thanks Clara! And of course, what’s different for one is completely different from what others see differently.
I can just imaging how you felt about being there in the quiet when it’s usually full of life and people. Love all that you saw and the things you chose to see that might otherwise be overlooked. The light and reflections is stunning. Hope you soaked it all up 🙂
I can just imagine… 😉