On Sunday we had wonderful weather and in the afternoon the clouds were lit up by the setting sun.
We have bought some plastic cups and bowls for our son’s playhouse, and I found them great subjects for the colorful theme of the week.
This old building full of graffiti and tagging is actually close to the path that leads to the pond nearby. I’m not sure, but I think it’s an old transformer station. I kind of like all the colors on it. It’s so out of place that it somehow fits anyway, if you know what I mean.
Don’t you just love those colors?
Last week’s theme was “Colorful”, and I tried to stick to the theme although not everyday. We have had a couple of weeks of fantastic autumn weather, and I just love the colors of autumn. This is from the large pond nearby our home, called Kyvannet. It’s such a peaceful and lovely area.
This week’s theme (the week that is almost over… ) is “house and garden”. This is the view from my son’s bedroom window just after sunset.
With a little help from my son, I managed to take a photo of his colorful spinning top in motion
Another shot taken at the end of the day and just as a simple solution. It’s a fun thing though. It’s the height measurer in my son’s bedroom. He still has a bit to go before he reaches 100 cm… So nothing clever or fancy about this photo. It’s more about not missing one day of my project and to stay within the theme of the week.
A last minute shot from me today. I couldn’t find anything to shoot today for some reason. So I ended up with this tealight holder painted by my son.
Details from a lizard made by a Mexican indigenous people. I unfortunately don’t remember their name. A friend of us is Mexican and is doing research in a certain area in Mexico. We got this as a gift a few years ago.