As I mentioned earlier in the week, I have been enjoying playing with my camera recently on different settings and trying to look at things differently. When I was taking my camera upstairs to take some shots on my desk I noticed the shadows that were being cast by the surprisingly bright sunshine that was coming through the doors and windows. It seemed like a good idea to try and get some pictures as I had my camera in hand and I was in the mood to experiment.
The obscure glass in the door makes so amazing patterns on the walls, although, it isn't really very good at obscuring the view in or out!
The woodchip wallpaper in the hallway isn't really that attractive, but I find it so interesting to look at the patterns that it casts when the light shines across it.
Now, I have no idea what was casting this shadow. It was so regular and perfect. I tried moving things to see if I could work out what it might be, but I couldn't and then all of a sudden it just disappeared. I haven't noticed it before, but I will look out for it again!
In some ways it is odd to be creeping around your own home camera in hand waiting to sneak up on the shadows, but it is interesting to see how the light moves and changes and is a good way to practice taking photographs.
I hope that the sun is shining with you today!