Monthly Archives: June 2013

Home, late afternoon

Week 26: Directional Light

The afternoon sun, low in the sky,  streamed directly through our window, casting a harsh light on B.’s airport-playing activities.

(Once he looked up and saw me standing on the chair to take his photo, he insisted on standing on a chair too so he could be next to me.)

Please continue around the Blog Circle, starting with the lovely and talented Jessie Wixon.






Week 25: Directional light

We welcomed summer (officially!) this weekend with a picnic in in the park with longtime friends.  The sun was getting low in the sky and filtering through the trees, creating directional light — and giving me my photo for the last week of this month’s theme.

Please continue around the blog circle, starting with the wonderfully talented Julie Kiernan.


A spoonful of sugar

Week 24: Directional light

Poor B. has developed his 3rd staph infection in 6 months, which means… more bad-tasting antibiotics.  Even spiking his meds his raspberry flavor doesn’t help much. What does? The promise of watching Abby Cadabby videos on YouTube.

Please continue around the blog circle, starting with the wonderfully talented Linda Hooper, to see how she interprets this month’s theme.





Clay Creations

Week 23:  Directional Light

This is our second week exploring directional light — a lighting style which can emphasize the dramatic.  And what is more dramatic than art? Here some friends are unleashing their creativity on small gray pieces of clay.

Please continue around the blog circle to see more interpretations on this theme, starting with the talented Erica Collins.





Week 22: Directional light

Welcome to June — and new theme for the P52 project. This month’s theme is directional light.  While in Hudson Valley, B. wasn’t interested in napping in the hotel port-a-crib thing… just on mom and dad’s bed.  There was some lovely light streaming through the window, so I obliged him.

Please continue around the blog circle to see how 14 talented photographers have interpreted this theme this week, starting with Julie Mak.