This is week 17 of Focusing on Life 52 photos, this week's prompt is Color, here is what Sally had to say about color...
Did you ever notice the way color can effect our mood and perception of the environment around us?
Colors can elevate our mood or change our perception of an object. Bright vivid colors can make us feel positive where a darker color can evoke a heaviness. Subtle colors create a softness. Florescent color not only can grab attention, florescent literally scream at you to pay attention and that can cause a feeling of anxiety.
Whether photographing a full shot of amazing colors or small pops of color against a muted background, this week break out your camera and capture some color. Think about how the colors of the shot effect your mood, feelings, perception of your surroundings! Focus on how the colors impact your decision to take a particular shot.
Well I almost did not do this week's prompt, because I was in Tuscaloosa, AL for a week long class to become a national certified Police Communications Officer. I am happy to announce that I passed and I am now nationally certified. Yay me! So anyway getting back to the post. My co-worked Katherine and I went to Hobby Lobby one evening after class to purchase some flex wire and crimp beads to fix her Son's necklace, when I realized I was standing all around color. I took my camera out of my purse and took a few shots of the colorful glass and glass ware.
I saw this color palette from across the store and was drawn to it's bold color scheme.
This was the first group of color I saw. My eye is almost always drawn to pinks and greens.
I really like these colors they are soothing to me.
Thank you for stopping by now please go on over to Sally's blog to see what other colors people are photographing.
Happy beading Y'all,