I was in a funk yesterday afternoon.
We’re talking capital F U N K.
It was a beautiful, sunny day in Downtown Seattle and I was at a loss on what to do with it.
Full of F U N K, I set out with my camera.
No destination in mind.
A 5 mile walk.
Color, light, shape, and texture inspiration with my 100mm macro lens, the sun and a sculpture in a park.
I looked at the sculpture from all directions. Taking in the different shapes created each time I moved.
Struck by how open spaces connected and created closure with a change of perspective.
Fascinated by how the light made some areas shine and how the shadows brought dark contrast to others.
They say shadows help us appreciate the light.
I didn’t lose my F U N K…
But, at least it was a more colorful and creative F U N K.
Some days are just funky…
But still colorful.