My entry for the Fotospeed Challenge is this lighting abstract. One of the many curios that I discovered at the Cotswold Motoring Museum. I’ve been in Bourton-on-the-Water for a girls weekend away with my best friend, Rachel. Yes, that’s right, a GIRLS weekend, we went to a motor museum, and it was fantastic! Our whole trip was brilliant, it’s been ages since we were let loose together 😉
City In A Spin is my entry for this week’s Wex Mondays challenge. The swirled abstract was created from an image taken from the waiting area for Special Care Dentistry at Guy’s Hospital in London. Look closely and you’ll find the River Thames, the Tower of London and Tower Bridge. The dentistry unit is on the twenty-sixth floor of Guy’s Tower and the city can look confusing from up there! There’s much beauty to be found among the densely-packed city streets though. I am looking forward to sharing some of my work from The City Gardens soon. These gardens and green spaces are a respite for people and a vital resource for the precious wildlife of London.
A busy weekend and little time for any photography for the Fotospeed Challenge! We did manage a brief stop at Heather Farm Wetlands Centre for a lovely cuppa and slice of cake at the Waters Edge Cafe though. The brisk wind was creating so much movement in the clouds, with a hopeful brightness appearing on the horizon. I have tried to convey all of that in this mono from one of the walkways over the marshland. Hope you like it!
The days are drawing ever shorter, and as Winter takes hold I really do feel that I’m suffering from a lack of sunlight! I thought I’d represent my mood and the change of seasons in my choice of processing this week. I used Nik Silver Efex to create this dark and moody monochrome. Thanks to Robyn Gosby at Captivate Me for hosting this challenge!
Here’s my gallery from original photograph up to Week 3!