Week 7: Sunlight

I don’t know. Your guess is as good as mine what this is and seeing as how I achieved tremendous focus, it should be easy to identify. 😉

My daughter recently reminded me that life is sunnier (no pun intended) when you see it from a glass half full perspective, so this week I’m going to hang my hat on words like ethereal and artistic and dreamy instead of unfocused and lazy and poor technique.

The truth is that I quite like this image—it appeals to the hippie-ish, Summer of Love, flowing gauzy skirt side of me (even though I’ve never worn a flowing gauzy skirt in all my life)—so I’m holding my head high and standing up for it…even if I don’t know what it is.

Right on, man. Peace, love and all that.

From sunny California we go to sunny South Georgia Photographer Jen Hill www.hillartandphotography.com/blog.

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13 Responses to “Week 7: Sunlight”

  1. Love love love and love your story too! Great shot. Glad you’re back this week 🙂

  2. I love it! This is the epitomy of sunny, glass is half full kind of image. It is beautiful and the bokeh adds even more to it. Really really lovely.

  3. This is absolutely stunning. I love this and feel it should be framed, beautiful!

  4. how pretty! it is light a painting! : )

  5. I meant to type… it is so pretty it is like a painting… i guess i just had all that “light” on my brain ; )

  6. This is beautiful! I love the yellow…. it feels SO warm. I can’t wait for spring!!

  7. So glad that you are back this week. I am not sure what all your chatter is about – I LOVE this shot. I do not see lazy at all – I see just a beautiful shot!

  8. Oh so beautiful, love this!

  9. oh this is so pretty! i love the brightness of the yellow and the light shinning through!

  10. What a cool shot. I love the Blur. Adds artistic and with that sun. Really beautiful

  11. It is so pretty! I was thinking the same things you said in your post! 🙂

  12. Love the yellow in this beautiful image!

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