I have added to and subtracted from my Abstract Gallery. Part of this comes from my growth as a photographer and a desire to share this with you.
All of my abstract images are in some way nature based. The image is created in-camera and might be left at that. Or, because I envisioned something more, it might be further developed in an editing software. The end result is for you to enjoy and decide what it means to you.
All of these images are available for purchase by clicking on the image in the Abstract Gallery. You can also click on the featured image to go directly to the order page for that image and to see all available product and options.
Neutral colors are the platform which most fashion and design elements are built on. Just look at your closet and you will find your favorite neutrals that bring the pieces together. Look at your home and somewhere you will find the neutral color that ties the look together.
I recently realized that I was seeing a large number of photos where pink was used as a neutral color. I don't mean a bright, hot shade of pink. This shade is is very pale with a hint of beige undertones.
The featured photograph this week is a good example of the color I am talking about. It's very soft and subtle with its own sense of elegance. I can see it working as the neutral color.
What about you, would you use this color of pink as a neutral in your home?
For most of us when we see the white trumpet shaped lilies we think of Easter. With Easter less than a week away we are seeing these white lilies everywhere.
The color white is a symbol of hope, innocence and purity. All of which are also associated with Easter. Tradition says that these beautiful white lilies came up where the drops of Christ's sweat fell to the ground in his final hours. Another reason why you will see so many white lilies around church alters.
There are many legends surrounding these white lilies and the Christian religion. Whether or not you believe the legends, the white Easter Lily is a beautiful flower that is worthy of a place of honor in your home and its decor. It is elegant, simple and tall enough to make a stunning statement.
Will you use the Easter Lily in your Easter decor this year?
Have a blessed Easter and enjoy your white Easter Lilies.
I like the word whimsy. Along with its adjective whimsical, they are words that come to mind this time of year. Spring is the season of whimsy.
Do you get that whimsical feeling when spring arrives? Whimsy can carry over into your home. Bright colors, fun patterns and different accents can all come together to create a fun and imaginative decor. Take a deep breathe and let go of those reservations and have some fun with your decor.
It has always been my philosophy that walking into your home should be a good feeling. By adding a touch of whimsy it will bring a smile to your face when you walk into that room. Maybe just start small and do something imaginative to one room.
For me the thought of daffodils blowing bubbles makes me smile. That's one of the reasons I created the featured image. And I also bought a bottle of bubbles just for me. Why should the daffodils have all the fun?
Hi. I am Cheryl of Cheryl Day Photography. Stay tuned for my regular blog posts to keep you updated on what I am doing.