Weekly Photo Challenge: Sun
I should be able to knock this one out of the park, since I love being out in the sun and taking photos. I think that the one of my photos that best represents this week’s challenge will surprise you though, but first, a few others that fit.
Sunlight playing on the raindrops of a fir tree.
And, the sun shining through the leaves of a red maple tree.
The sun shining through the feathers of a red-tailed hawk in flight.
The sun shining on the back of the same hawk.
I suppose that I have to throw in a few of the cliché shots that fit, like turtles sunning themselves.
Or the sun shining through a dogwood blossom.
But you haven’t been able to see the sun in any of these, so it’s time to get creative.
Or, I could go really clichéd again.
Not great, maybe I should try that again.
But, the photo that I took yesterday that just screams sun to me is this one.
That wasn’t posed, I was “hunting” a gold-crowned kinglet in the brush along a creek, you can see the brush to the right in the frame, when I saw this young woman reading. When she looked up to let the sun shine on her face, well, I knew that one was the one.
That’s it for this one, thanks for stopping by!