Walking past an outdoor wedding ceremony, I spotted this blaze of blue bobbing above the hedge around the garden. Quite an impressive hair style!
I wasn’t sure I would be able to join in with the August bench theme of colourful, as I had no appropriate bench photos. Jude reminded me of the blue benches she had seen in Sydney, and indeed while out walking this afternoon I spotted over a dozen of them. This one, however, has seen better days!
I saw this basket of starfish ornaments in a shop in Ettalong Beach, north of Sydney. I liked how the light slanted in to spotlight just a few.
At work yesterday, we needed a quirky photo to illustrate a financial adviser dealergroup called Affinia (don’t ask why). This photo is one of the ideas we had. Check out the carpet texture — blurred in the foreground, crisp by the in-focus pen. Yes, you know how I got that shot: lying on the carpet.
The strange thing is that I work for a life insurance company with 1,000+ people in the building. We weren’t on our own floor (different carpet, no blue doors) so the people nearby didn’t know us — yet no one batted an eyelid at the sight of a middle-aged woman in office clothes lying on the floor to take photos of pens piled against a door! There were no curious glances, no questions, and people walking past detoured around me on the flooor.
Who ever said insurance was boring?
Shades of Blue, I muttered. Blue sky, blue sea … no, something new, I thought. But what else is blue??? Yes, dear reader, I admit it, I sought inspiration in the demon drink. And when I opened the cupboard, I saw the purest, cleanest Shade of Blue.
Well, that takes care of that, I thought! But I was heading out, and it was cold,
so I reached for my scarf — and noticed those gorgeous swirling Shades of Blue.