A pretty chandelier caught my eye while out shopping with my family. It was perfect for the master bedroom – glittery glass pendants and shiny, embossed brass.
The circular patterns caught my eye first; the shadows cast across my ceiling, second.
A simple addition (a sale item, too!) quickly became an unexpected inspiration to capture with my camera: light as art.
While washing dishes, I noticed the way the sunlight glistened off the melting frost on the window.
The dishes could wait.
I grabbed my camera and while the dishwater cooled, I captured the light. Playing around with the focus and the aperture settings, I was able to create an abstract composition of a few drops of water.
Even the tiniest detail can become the subject of a photograph.