My alley isn’t all that long, the road is choppy, and viewed as a unit, it’s nothing special. Through a mindful eye however, the details make it special and beautiful. I love the simplicity of this scene, the spare colour palette, the vibrant green of the leaves and their yellow undersides, the turquoise of the cart and the moss on the bricks.
Unfortunately, someone left a fingerprint on the lens of my camera, which I didn’t notice until I’d already taken a bunch of photos and was viewing them on the computer screen. I almost didn’t post this because of it. On the other hand, that slightly blurry area in the middle adds a mysterious light to the photo. I wonder if anyone would believe that it was an intentional effect.
It’s not too late to join our creative 30 in 30 group. Just start posting a photo, painting or other artistic endeavour every day and leave your link in the comments. I’ll gladly add you to the blogroll.
Eight more 30 in 30 blogs:
- Solange Noir, daily photos
- Jennifer, daily photos
- Evelyn Jackson, daily photos
- Sue Borgerson, a daily verse building to a 30-verse poem
- Dorothee Lang, daily video moments
- Andy, daily photos
- Hilda Oomen, daily paintings
- Lynda Bruce, daily paintings