I usually crop out any remaining signs of messy human existence (power lines, buildings, light poles), and I sometimes use saturation to brighten things up, as you can see from these two versions of the same shot:
"Each is fitted and formed by its own life and struggle to survive. It is an oyster, with small shells clinging to its humped back. Sprawling and uneven, it has the irregularity of something growing. It looks rather like the house of a big family, pushing out one addition after another to hold its teeming life... It amuses me because it seems so much like my life at the moment, like most women's lives in the middle years of marriage. It is untidy, spread out in all directions, heavily encrusted with accumulations and... firmly embedded on its rock."
|Sweet gift from my sister-in-law Dana, who also sent dark chocolate toffee!|
|From I Dreamed a Dream|
(Yes, I confess that I submitted two photos to P52 this week! You can find the other on my www.ContinueWellHomeSchool.blogspot.com here: Ripstick or Rat?)
|Domestically Divine Tuesday|