This photograph was taken earlier in the year at Warwick Castle.
Archive for November, 2010
Had no time for blog photographs so, I’ve had to trawl through my almost empty archives for posts this week. Although we’re having a cold snap, I’ve only seen a very minor snow fall so far. Personally, I don’t want anymore than that, it’s enough for me… I like to look at snow but, I’d be happy if the snow just fell in the garden and the local park. Here’s one from last year’s snow fall.
Well, this photo brings liquid week (1) to a close. If you’ve followed the whole week’s photos then you know what the object in this photograph is. I still find it so amazing how water and the speed at which the photo is taken can completely change the look of the original object. This photo hasn’t been manipulated in photoshop other than to darken it. I figured it didn’t need anything else.
I hope you enjoy liquid week, have a great weekend!
This was the photo that started this week’s theme, a drop from a tab soap bottle. I think it took me about 20 attempts to get this photo and, it’s turned out nicely. The soap was actually a light blue but, I prefer this green look. This pearlised tab soap is good for getting photos of (Cussons AntiBacterial Wash, in case you care), however, I’m pleased the kids didn’t see, after all, I keep telling them not to waste so much soap. After I’d finished taking my photos, there was a large puddle of soap around. Oh well, in the name of art