Sharing May CDAs
It’s that time again… time to share last month’s CDAs. With so much else happening in the studio and horizontal space at a premium I opted to let my camera do some of the work this month. Sit back and enjoy the slide show of prairie vistas and gems. realistic and abstract, during our first month without snow! Your comments and “likes” are always welcome.
This entry was published on June 1, 2014 at 7:54 am. It’s filed under Creative Daily Act Challenge 2014
, Creativity Update
, Landscape photography
, Nature photography
, Nature's Art
, Special Project
and tagged camera in hand
, May 2014 CDAs
, my world during May
, sunsets and star trails and everything in between
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You inspire us Anna, Gord has taken up photography and when we are out his favourite comment is, “What would Anna do with this?”
You see the world through a very gifted eye! so now I too am appreciating the beauty in the common.
Beautiful photos Anna, especially of those endearing crocuses again. Your compositions and juxtapositions of foreground and background images capture the prairie spring environment in your area so artfully. What a neat idea to go after photographic CDAs in May!
Thank you, Judith. It felt great to finally take out the camera and not trudge through snow and ice – which I did during the winter… when it wasn’t too cold.
Almost made me homesick. We don’t get to see the beautiful sunsets as we are in a forest and the trees block the sunsets unless we head for Peggy’s Cove. I miss seeing tractors and trains. As always, beautiful prairie pictures.
Oh Katina – don’t get homesick… just think of the bitter cold winters that never seem to end on the prairies! I did witness some beautiful sunsets when we visited Nova Scotia in 2012. We were overlooking the Bay of Fundy – now there were some sunset colours that easily rival the prairie sunsets!
Anna, I could imagine myself in your prairie space and also as a child on the prairies, the joy of the first crocus, the song of the meadowlark. These are wonderful images, that evoke emotions of simpler peaceful times. Thanks
So glad the images resonate with you and so many others. I had fun selecting the images and realized that they always look so much better when presented in a group like the CDAs.
Gorgeous photos Anna. The crocuses are truly wonderful! Many of the others call me back to my prairie youth !
Thanks, Joyce – it felt good to see the prairies without snow, finally!
Just beautiful Anna. Love the skies.
Prairie skies – what can I say? I have been from coast to coast and my observation is that the prairies have the best light at sunset and sunrise. Almost makes up for the inhumane temperatures during the winter… almost… 😉
Beautiful pictures!! Kenora and Lake of the Woods greated us with gentle winds and warm weather.
Thanks, Donna. Enjoy your summer at the lake!